He doesn't want me to leave, he thinks we can just trick the Probation Officer into thinking I no longer live here. Which is something I would rather not do! We have lived together for 12 years and lived in this house for 9 years and I most certainly am not a bad influence on anyone. But let me see if I have this right, so I suggest we buy a house because I'm tired of renting (which I relate to paying other people's mortgages). I find a Realtor and view property after property for three long months until I finally find the one. I get it under contract and negotiate the price by myself, we close and move into our new home. I mentioned we were partners but that's only because being gay we couldn't get married back then and when the laws changed so that we could marry he was incarcerated. I also mentioned the upkeep and maintenance, I don't just mean buying toilet paper. I mean everything from buying all the furniture, updating the HVAC
system, replacing the kitchen cabinets, upgrading the kitchen appliances, installing new floors, upgrading the exterior to hardiplank siding, having new landscaping
installed, having a tool shed built, weatherizing the entire house, replacing both entryway doors and expanding the foyer, had stacked stone wall built around front yard and replaced all three iron gated entryways to property, updated interior paint and all cabinet hardware, toilets and faucets, installed gas fireplace. Anything and everything having to do with this property is done by me! Each time we needed permits I would meet with the historical society and Urban Design Commission to get everything approved. I filed insurance claims for weather damage and met with agent. I am active in our Neighborhood Watch. I found a tenant for our small studio apartment
that's on the property and I oversee everything having to do with that. I pay all the utilities
and do the grocery shopping. And as far as the mortgage is concerned sometimes it is paid from my checking account and sometimes it is paid from his. So as you can see I am quite vested in this property and have been from the beginning. But your saying even considering all of that I still have no right or claims to this property? Also, the letter was not from a judge on second look it appears to be a Notification to Vacate because of the ruling from U.S. Probations Office to not allow Landlord and tenant to reside together and signed by the "Landlord" ie...my partner or the other owner.