and I am not a tenant I am consider as unwanted guest along with my three adult children on the property. What can the owner do to me I know he have an ejection ltr in process so what can the courts do for not accepting certified letter
The fact that you chose not to accept the certified letter will not stop the Court proceeding against you. You need to consult an experienced landlord attorney to protect you rights and analyze your situation.Good luck.
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As you noted, the owner can commence an ejectment action against you. The fact that you refused to accept the certified will not delay any court action. I suggest you contact an attorney to review your rights in this matter. Good luck.
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