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Yes he was on the original lease but it has expired and i have a new lease singed with only me on it as the landlord is standing behind me on this
Yes he has made threats and the police had to be called he has told me he wished i would just have a stroke and die it has gotten really bad where i had to call my family here as well as his. The police couldnt make him leave as we were month to month but after talking to my landlord we decided he wanted me to stay and him to leave as he won't pay bills. I get 750.00 a month and my rent is 700 he wont pay his half and he was supposed to be paying for the electric 160.00 to the landlord and he didnt hhe gets 139.00 a month but all the bills are on me so i get help from my family
no i didnt because he was on the lease and i was told he has every right to be here because hes been here over 6 months and gets his mail here they said maybe i should leave but the landlord said he would rather me stay and he leave...i'm new to this we have been together 18 years i just want him to go as it is affecting my health in a very bad way i suffer also from depression and sometimes i just wish i was dead its so bad the way he treats me and the things he calls me...i'm hurting and i just want out
he spoke with his lawyer who said he would have to evict both of us which he does not want to do
i can try i am on disability and dont have much money but i can talk to our legal aid here i think its a free service i will contact them on Monday
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