Thank you for your kind patience,
Regardless of what the police officers told you, when you moved in with your boyfriend, his house became your legal residence. He did not invite you over for a "visit" and you were not there just for a "visit". When you moved in with your boyfriend, you both intended that the house woud be your residence and you, accordingly, had your mail delivered to that address. Because of this, you were not a mere visitor because visitors do not have their mail delivered to the person they are visiting.
Therefore, if he wants you to leave his house, he will have to treat you as a "tenant" and go through proper and legal Eviction Proceedings. This means that he cannot change the locks, put your personal property out on the sidewalk, or deny you access. He will be subject to all the rules and laws relating to actions by a landlord to remove a tenant. Do not allow him to accuse you of being a trespasser because this is not the case at all. Nor should he even attempt to deny you access to the property. Just because title to the property is in his name, does not mean that you do not have any rights. You have the rights to the use and occupancy of the property because he gave you those rights when he invited you to come live with him,
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