Hi, Caysi, Thank you for your additional information,
I certainly can appreciate your grandmother's concerns about who comes onto her property and who lives in the house. She is certainly entitled to feel safe, but also to feel that she is not being taken advantage of.
This is a very unusual situation and I have looked at it from all angles and I keep arriving at the same conclusion, and that is, your grandmother has the final say in anything that happens on her property. It is irrelevant if the people occupying the house are your grandmother's granddaughter, or perfect strangers. The botXXXXX XXXXXne is that the house is affixed to the land and your grandmother owns the land. At best, XXXXX XXXXX would impose a "landlord-tenant" situation on all the parties and the granddaughter would be considered under the law, a month to month tenant who can be evicted at any time upon giving her 30 days written notice. Your grandmother can, therefore, do whatever she likes with the property, including putting a fence around it with an access code. I do not believe, however, that she would be able to restrict access to the property by not giving the access code to any occupant who invites undesireables to the property. I believe that the law would impose a "month to month" tenancy on the house and your grandmother and if she did not like who they brought in, her recourse would be to evict them, but I do not believe that the law would support her position to deny access to any of the occupants because they invited undesireables to the property.
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