Customer: Ejection question. My boyfriend and I have lived in his parents FL condo for over 15 years. No lease or verbal rental agreement
. My boyfriend pays for the utilities
and some expenses on the condo. His parents for the last 15 or so years were always seasonal visitors (1-2 weeks stay) with us at condo. They are NY residents. Then they decided to live in FL at the condo we are staying in and wants us to move out. My boyfriend and I are low income earners and have asked his parents to give us more time to move out and made arrangements with them which they verbally agreed on but now they reneged on that agreement and affected our moving plans
and they decided to file for ejection. We were served the summons and had 20 days to respond which we did . We responded on the deadline 12/21/15. The way my boyfriend and I understand it is, since we responded to the summons, we will be getting a scheduled hearing from the court for a judge to make a decision regarding when we are suppose to move out of the condo. The parents have the impression that we are supposed to be out of the condo by 12/22/15. They are thinking of moving down permanently by the end of this month at the condo we are staying at. Now we are confused. Don't we have until after the judge's decision to move out? Can the parents stay in the same place at the condo with us even while this ejection case is still pending? Thank you.
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