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She stated that if the police are involved she will say I assaulted her.
In addition, she has already inquired her rights at the Harnett County SAFE house.
They told her that if her mail is sent to my address she is a legal resident. They also informed her rights are enforced whether she pays (rent, utilities, water, etc.) of not.
I would still call the cops and get some witnesses ready that say you did not do anything. If the cops do not do anything you should give a notice, typically 30 days or 3 days notice to pay rent or quit. If she does not leave, then you should file an eviction. Here is some information:
I would also contact legal services or get a legal referral for free attorney for the state bar. I hope this answers your question. If not, then please reply. Thank you.
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