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My home is located in NY state and I'm trying to evict my ex-girlfriend from my home that won't leave on her own accord. How can I get this accomplished?
Lauretta H, NY on Friday, September 23, 2011
RE: boyfriend evicting ex girlfriend from his home
Is there a lease? Do you own the home? Often, this can be handled by calling the authorities. If there is a lease or an implication of a lease (monthly payments of rent, utilities in her name) , then you will have to go through the proper eviction procedures.Unmarried couples have similar rights to property as their married counterparts. So, whomever the property belongs to in deed/ownership is the same whether a couple decides to cohabitate or not.
Posted by Donna , NC on Tuesday, September 27, 2011
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