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Wish

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Yes. G-d Bless you Wish and EVERYONE. You have each helped tremendously.

You said :”Don't let daughter drag you down. Don't let lawyers drag you down. Don't let courts drag you down. Get some control and peace back for YOU and HUBBY. Address things that you only have to address and give it only the attention that is absolutely required.”

This is where we are at.

Good deal. Much love Nomad.
 

Copabanana

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Dear Nomad. I’m on a cell. Can’t write much. I’m hoping they won’t respond. But what I want to say is this. I don’t think your daughter wants you dead. I think her saying this is a way for her to feel intact. I think if she would let in the reality of what she’s done to you and to herself she fears she’d lose her tether to reality. She’d just lose it. It’s a way for her to hold herself together. It’s not deliberate or planned or meaningful apart from this. As you’re over your heads she’s 100 times more so.
 

Nomad

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Yes. I agree. Thank you.

The five day Notice to Vacate is bordering on meaningless. It’s worded very cleverly. I read it again. It just says if you don’t leave in five days, we will be suing you.

Arbitration is likely in 10 days or so.

I’m disappointed in our attorney. The Secretary sends us useless notes when we ask questions. An attorney will call a few days ahead of the arbitration mtg to advice us.

I’m shook up again (some peace doesn’t last long) because the hoa oresident called last night shook up . No need to go into details. She has upset and hurt a lot of people. Husband and I are badly hurt. I’m destroyed. Peace is elusive.
 

Nomad

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We wrote that ?? Secretary and said we wish to make an appointment with our attorney as we have some questions. She asked us to send her the questions and we typed them up and sent them in. They run the office like a weird machine. Good that they do a good job with evictions. I’m trying to focus on that. But we have important questions. Hopefully we will get some answers. Besides, severe illness and deaths of loved ones…this has been the most horrible experience of our lives. Apologies fir the drama. And true appreciation fir your words of wisdom, scripture , prayers and kindness.
 

Wish

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The five day Notice to Vacate is bordering on meaningless. It’s worded very cleverly. I read it again. It just says if you don’t leave in five days, we will be suing you.

Wow, it seems to have gotten even worse in the squatter right states. This upsets me so much. This is utterly ridiculous. Who the hell are making our laws? Something isn't right here. This is outlandaish.
 

Nomad

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We sent via email a few questions to our attorney. But it was made clear to us we are not suppose to turn off water or electric.

This story just continues to get more horrifying and strange.

An acquaintance from CA just told me that this happened to her boyfriend during the heart of Covid and his rental unit. It cost him 15k to get them out in a timely manner. Bottom line, he had to pay criminals illegally in his place to leave. The law incentivizes (great word) criminals to commit more crime. And literally abuses the rightful owners and law abiding citizens. In her case, they were experienced criminals / con men. My case seems to be the same.

I haven’t been able to leave my bed with the exception of my husband’s help to get a shower and eat a little something.

I don’t know what I can do to feel better. I feel betrayed by everyone …even my country….more specifically my state. We have a good Governor so I have a tiny bit of hope he will listen regarding greatly modifying this law for others down the road.

This law is damaging to our society…literally encouraging harden criminal felons to steal from and extort money from law abiding , tax paying citizens.
 
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Copabanana

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Dear Nomad

I hope you’re in bed and sound asleep and have a restful weekend. Your life is NOT this.

Love Copa
 
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Nomad

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Regarding electric:


In regards to what you can't do, you cannot cut the electricity or other utilities, threaten them, or attempt to handle it on your own and remove them. This can not only be dangerous but can also have serious legal implications.Sep 30, 2020
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How do you get a squatter out of your house in Florida?


So, to get rid of squatters from your property, you'll need to go through the formal eviction process. Serve the squatter an eviction notice as soon as you realize their existence. There are three types of eviction notices in Florida: 3-Day Pay or Quit Notice.Jan 6, 2021

Only a formal eviction can remove them from the property…which takes time and money.


Ours is technically not called an Eviction. The right words were used. I’m calling it an eviction because it’s essentially the same thing.

I suspect our law is very similar or the same as California.
 
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Deni D

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Nomad, it's too bad you can't do anything to make them uncomfortable but sadly you can't. This situation takes "it's not fair" to a whole new level. I hope you are able to disconnect yourself from it, at least to a degree. And hopefully those people will get themselves into some other trouble, as in jail for something else, and you can take possession back without going through this whole terrible process.
 

Copabanana

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it's too bad you can't do anything to make them uncomfortable but sadly you can't
The thing you CAN do is search for their parole/probation status and if either or both are in this status you can call their PO and given what you factually know, I believe if they are on parole/probation they would be put back into custody. If you want to send me the names in a PM I will try to search.
 

Nomad

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They were both arrested in August. She posted bail fir both. They are awaiting a hearing. I checked a site for him re probation and didn’t see anything. Hiwever, I can use help. Will be in touch via pm a bit later or in morning.
 

JMom

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Nomad,
I am just now catching up. I had to google "Is my state a squatters state." I knew it was, as I had to evict my own brother 25 years ago. He was a drunk and wouldn't leave. He was only with us for 2 days. We had to formally evict him, which wasn't cheap. He knew his "rights". Years later he got drunk and threatened me and my husband. They fought and my husband went to jail for family violence on Christmas Eve. They left my brother there with me. He was drunk and I was pregnant and had 3 other kids in the home. I waited until he went outside to smoke a cigarette and locked him out. He threw lawn chairs up against my windows and broke them. I continued to call the police until they arrested him four hours later. My husband has never even been in a fight with anyone, not even as a kid. That night made a lightbulb go off in my head. After I had the baby, I applied for the police department and was hired. I wanted to be an insider to the insanity of criminal procedure.

These people literally make a living stealing money, lines of credit, homes, and the sanity of hard-working people. I can't believe these laws exist. What kind of sick person writes up a bill to be introduced that victimizes people? I have some research to do for sure. There are only 2 ways that come to mind to get these people out, and only one is legal. So, l would "haunt" them. Everyone is afraid of something. Snakes, spiders, scorpions, religious revival on the porch, ghosts...

I'm so mad right now. I care about you and your family and am praying fervently for a healthy outcome. The law is definitely on their side. Please practice self-care, this is devastating. It probably doesn't seem like it right now, but this WILL pass, they WILL get out and in short order, be back in jail, where they belong!
 

Nomad

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I had a good day as my grands came over and we had fun.

However, tonight hasn’t been good. It’s now 1:00 am. I have a bad stomach ache.

Daughter says via text she is going to the property in two weeks to get her stuff.

We will contact her about the danger. I told a friend of hers whom she trusts more detail about how dangerous this would be plus she could be arrested fir trespassing. Wth?!?! Trespassing on our property that she was paying rent on. Wth? This law is disturbing. It’s opened my eyes to what might be going on in the wirkd. Utter chaos.

Additionally, we had to pay $300 fir an upcoming mediation conference. This on top of our attorney fees. Do nt know any dates yet. Perhaps 7-10 days. We believe we might be encouraged to give heroine addicts and big time thieves who have illegally commandeered our property money to vacate early. It’s like the government is encouraging thieves to extort money from us. It’s sick.

They have brought in more criminal types to live there.

We are making more calls tomorrow.

I’m literally nauseas and can’t sleep.

Unclear if our daughter comprehends fully the devastation. She doesn’t seem to fully understand…but then again she doesn’t seem to really care. She has been very snarky to my husband and has blocked me. That last part is kinda funny but pathetic and sad too.
 
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Copabanana

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How can your daughter be arrested for trespassing? How can they have a protected tenancy and her not? This doesn’t make sense. I mean, she shouldn’t go, because she is at risk if she does. But not because she has no rights. Huh??
 
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Nomad

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You are probably right. This is what someone told me…but this particular thing wasn’t from the attorney. So, I will ask.

She is the “real” leased tenant so you would think she could go inside.

The cops did tell my husband HE should NOT go inside unless they (squatters) allow him. I’m not sure if this is right. We have sent questions in to the attorney and this was one.

Hiwever, they (squatters) seem to be purposely triggering her. They know how to push her buttons. And they do insane/scary/triggering things like put glass in her bed. I can’t imagine what else she would witness going on in there. She is prone to outbursts and bad judgment. HE called the police on HER saying she threatened HIM. And even though he pulled out a knife, the police did not arrest him. He seems like an expert con man. She is clueless.

We asked the lawyer if my husband could go in with a police escort.

The police were called by a neighbor the other night because they heard the woman squatter screaming. The HOA president was looking from afar. The woman showed the cops the notice of eviction that had been placed on the door. Can you guess why? What a very weird thing to do…right? He couldn’t hear them speak…but he (hoa president) thought it strange too.
 

Nomad

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Finally got a half hour appointment with our attorney tomorrow.

I’ve never seen an office run so machine like.

That’s not necessarily a compliment.

But hoping fir the best. Dealing with the Secretary was limited.
 

Wish

Active Member
Daughter says via text she is going to the property in two weeks to get her stuff.
Without a police escort? And what makes her think her stuff isn't destroyed by now? What a dumba**. Sorry to say that Nomad but I held back saying a lot in this infuriating situation.
 
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