Hi my name isXXXXX question is going to be difficult due to so many things that play into my problem. So ill try to be through without going on forever. Me and my partner, who I consider my grandfather recently were forced out of are trailer and off the property it was on. This property is owend by my grandfather long time friend. Now on this property there is a big 20-30 thousand dollar shop we built, we recently brought a brand new electrical service down to it. We were always told we could live there forever and even I could after my grandpa passed. After the county told us to be out my grandfather went to the owner of the property and asked to exspand the back part of the garage into a apartment for us to live. He thought it was a great idea he told me and we should go for it. So we did at a huge cost. Long story short he ended up throwing a fit and never did let us move back in. I have been and still did this year pay 1/3 of the property tax. We payed for every dime of the building and new electrical service. Is there anything we can do to recop are money. We always were told we would never had to move. I also should add my grandfather got real sick right when this was going on and I fear he is trying to steal all his stuff from me. Also a third of this property was supposed to be my grandfather s but time has passed and things have happened and he gave up on thay. Hope some can make some sense of this. Thx Ronald.
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