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Its not there in the records so i'll wright it again. Here is the follow up to having the Tiverton Building Inspector deliver the eviction notice.My Ex has gone mad. He hired a lawyer to evict our daughter so as to give the house to the neighbor girl he wants to give the property to in exchange for her taking care of him as the alzhiemers that got his mother gets hjim. He's gone through 2 other woman before her for this goal of his. He promises to destroy the property if I go after it. He promises to destroy the apartment as soon as it is emptied. he told Abby our horses are in danger. The police said they don't care what he does, it's his property and they have no proof that it may be mine too. When eviction papers are served on my daughter, do we appeal at court? Do we ignore them because I own the house too? Is it time to hire a lawyer? Do I buy house and property insurance since he has not? What rights does our daughter have? The police say she has non because they don't know me. Can Moe physically throw her out? Do I send the Police my Property Deed? Or do I have to be physically in the house to have a say or to help my family?
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