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To your first question, yes, my sister also owns a third of the property. The three day notice was basically her trying to kick them out because she does not want them there. However, my brother and I (the other 2/3) agreed that it would be okay for them to stay there rent-free as long as they cleaned up and maintained the place while they were staying.
What can i give my sister in writing that states that she is unable to forbid these elderly people from living there and to stop harassing them? Also, the letter that the elderly couple received said that they had to start paying rent or to get out within three days. And it has also come to my attention that my mother supposedly signed the letter, however, she is on disability and unable to collect rent. Not to mention, that my mother's name isn't even on the property.
I recently received a thirty day notice to quit under my name i don't even live there but its all under my mother name and she sign a quitclaim deed in 19984. I know that its all my sister doing so what can i do
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