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Can you provide a few facts to put this into context?
Sorry, I'm going to opt out.
Not with you. SOmeone else may care to assist but I'm opting out.
Hello sir. I am another expert here and I will be happy to answer your question clearly, and directly. You say that you are a tenant in the property, therefore you will always be a tenant in the property and you can be evicted at any time by the true and lawful owner(s) of the property. You should prepare yourself for that eventuality. You have no lien or other claiming rights to the property by adverse possession or anything else. The best and only advice any one can give you is "get prepared to move".
no one owns the home.
That is an incorrect statement of law. Real estate is always owned by someone.
i have NO LANDLORD
Legally speaking, yes you do. The title holder is your landlord. Whether you know that is a were not is immaterial.
i spent a lot of money maintaining and repairing the property over the years
That and three dollars will get you a cup of coffee at Starbucks
I AM- not stupid!
No, you probably are not stupid. But you are totally ignorant about legal matters, especially those that you are trying to talk about here.For instance, where did you get the wacko idea that a person can simply move into or retain possession of a home under a prior rental agreement, make repairs and improvements, and then file a lien/claim on the property to get paid for them? That is why you are not getting answers from good lawyers here. No amount of yelling and screaming on your part is going to change that. I'm going to give you one chance to accept an offer for premium service in a way of a direct telephone conference with me later today. There will be an extra cost involved, but you will find that it is worth it. So take your meds or whatever you need to calm yourself down and consider this offer. It is Your last chance to talk to someone who actually knows something about the situation that you are in and can point you in the right direction. If you don't accept the premium service offer, I am finished with this question and I will opt out.