We are having are marriage anolled. She told me I had to get out we have not seen a judge nor was this eviction notice sign by one or the clerk or noterized.dumfries
Only a court has the power to evict. A spouse cannot throw a spouse out to the street.
That said, sounds like you or your wife should be looking for alternative housing arrangements in the future--sooner rather than later, as the marriage appears to be at an end.
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An "Annulment" is a very uncommon way to end a marriage -- there must be some serious issues to use that process.
As to your question: first, if the original lease with the owner is only in your wife's name, then she MAY be able to make you move. She also may decide to try for a 'protective order' which gives you NO time to move.
Second, no court or clerk has to sign the notice to move; if you don't move then a court proceeding will have to be started.
My friend Mr. Rafter is correct -- to heck with the 'legalities', the relationship is over and you or she may as well move on and quickly.
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