JA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue?
Customer: Hi, I am living in Pennsylvania, and my ex-boyfriend filed for Recovery of Real Property
against me, trying to get me evicted under "Landlord Tenant Law" but there are unique attributes to this case... since November, we have been renovating the home together, using my credit. I also put in labor to the renovation under the belief that we would live there together, with my daughter, long term.
JA: OK got it. Last thing — Real Estate
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Customer: He is bipolar, and quite cheap, so when reality hit him that utilities
were going to go up with two more people living here, he panicked, and started acting violent, and wants me out. I told him I am a cohabitant and I did NOT move in as a tenant, so it is not the same. He refuses to give me a key, has locked me out of the house at times, and locked the basement so I cannot access the laundry machines.