In May of 2011 , Uncle passed and Aunt was the execute of will, was living in home of passed uncle, then could not handle memories, asked Nephew to move in and take care of place( home). Lived there for 4 years, made payments to bank on interest owed and that was Aunts worry. Aunt never moved name change of owner of house to her name, but wanted to move back in and to have our family evicted to do so. So we all are on limited income and we also had young children living in the home, but her attorney would not budge on giving us more time to get everything together to move out. But she used we did not pay rent.. We were never asked to pay rent, was to always make sure to pay the bank the interest payment on the loan that uncle left when he passed.. Aunt did nothing to take care of propertyWas surely a waste of my time to even post here with out giving all the horrid details of what was really going on. . so Mistake learned.. on this web site.. I never get any useful advice for my situaton... which ever it might be. save your self the time and don't post on this site.. ta ta.
You have no legal right to live on the aunt's property without her consent. Ultimately, you can be removed from the property.
A court apparently heard the lawsuit and decided against you. Whatever legal argument you should have brought before the court, you should have brought while the case was before the court. While you may still have a chance to appeal to the higher court if the order has not been entered more than 30 days ago, the financial cost of appeal is often high while the chance of prevailing is often low.
Unless you have an enforceable agreement that allows you to live on the property, there is no legal requirement for a property owner to give someone "more time to get everything together to move out".
Apparently, you were making some sort of payment for the right to live there. So, you may well be a tenant of the aunt or the uncle's estate.
What you need to do is review the specific facts with your attorney. Besides the fact that there are no pattern forms for your situation, filling out forms will not resolve your case if you do not know what to put on the forms.
I agree with the previous answer and unless you have a rental agreement or ownership interest on the title you have no right to stay.
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Ok, she asked you to move in and care for the property. She since asked you to move out - and you didn't. Her only legal remedy was to evict you and now you have the eviction on your record. It should be no surprise that when you don't obey the owner's instructions, you will face consequences. You may not like it but nothing you have posted suggests you have any right to stay or have any legal defenses. An eviction appears fully justified and should be on your record. You forced your Aunt to go through lots of legal hoops to get rid of you just because you were stubborn and did not respect her rights, without any reasonable basis for it.
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