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If you have lived in the house for more than 30 days even if you do not pay rent or have a lease, you would be considered a tenant and have the rights of a tenant. You would be considered a tenant on a month to month tenancy. He would have to give you 30 days notice to move if you have lived there less than a year or 60 days notice if you have lived there more than a year. He then would have to legally evict you. As to your daughter, if you want to move out and relocate, you have that right and could take your daughter out of state without a custody order. If you have never been married, the father ( even if named on the birth certificate) has to prove parentage. So you basically have more rights to your daughter than he does until a Court orders custody and visitation. If you are being abused, you could look into abused women shelters for short term help. Without a Court order, he could not stop you from moving.
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