Due to some recent financial setbacks, my mother
, my sister, and I (no minors) are currently living in a house that my grandmother and my live-in uncle lease. Previously, my mother and sister were there once and a domestic dispute occured. The landlord (and her husband), mentioned that they are *not allowed* in the home anymore "no daughters, relatives, etc." - I guess in fear that she does not want anymore "domestic disturbances" occuring in her property that she searches upon. Apparently, she works "under a judge" and searches/spies on what occurs on her property. Just the other day, I did a court-ordered Baker Act on my mother, and my grandmother and uncle "freaked out" saying that everyone is going to get kicked out. However, my mother is receiving mental/behavioral treatment at the crisis center and will be getting after-treament as well, this also includes my sister who is presenting seeking doctors. I briefty spoke to the Director of the inpatient crisis center stating that "my mother can not be on the streets while receiving treatment."
To add further, the landlord just recently said before the Baker Act event occured that she plans on selling the property. Also, my uncle does repairs throughout the building and gets paid either through the form of payment or, usually, a deduction in rent -- however, the husband of the landlord stated that they "were not going to pay him" just this week.1) Can the landlord kick out people who are receiving much needed treatment who have nowhere else to go just because she "owns" the property? Is there legal action one can take to prevent this?2) If my uncle wants to, should he take her to Small Claims Court with the appropriate evidence and "detail accounts of materials and work" he has done to sue the landlord?3) What other illegalities do you also see in this case I should take? Much needed detailed advise would help. Thank you.