I had a problem and we both open an order of protection. she against me and I against my father. When I was 17 my father kicks me out of the house and I had to live in a garage for 4 years(in another place)(he never help me with anything)(I have to come back to my father's house when I reach 21. I am 22 years old now full-time college students and I am no sure if my stepmother can kick me out. My mom its sick that's why I am here because I do not have money to pay rent and I need to save money for my mom surgeries and medicines. I need one more year to graduate. I contribute paying little cash, I buy some food and contribute to chores at home.
My stepmother opened the Order of protection because I was arguing with my father about when he kicks me out, the kids(my step brothers got scared) and she declared that. Nothing else happened. its any law that I use to obtain some child support or law that as long as I help they can't kick me out. This is too unfair
Stepmom (and dad) have the right to make you leave but if you have mutual orders of protection, isn't it impossible for you to legally be there anyway?
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If the property is owned by your father and/or stepmother or if they are leasing the property and you are not on the lease or a sublease, your father and/or stepmother have the right to bring a Holdover Proceeding against you in Housing Court to evict you from the property. Unfortunately, your description of your past struggles with bad parenting or neglect are not a defense to the Housing Court case.
If the parties that own a residence do not want you there anymore, they are able to commence an action in Court to evict you.
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