Long Term Family Tenant With No Agreement

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    #16
    Originally posted by homeless View Post
    just out of intrest

    would the son have any right to apply to the court to have rightful ownership of the property? I believe after 12 years of living somewhere without rent or a tenancy, or a court order being issued for removal, that the son would now have the right to apply to be awarded the property on the basis that its been abandoned.
    No, the occupation is by agreement!( this is a bit more complicated than that)

    Bel-whilst living?( inter vivos)

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      #17
      "Inter vivos" means "between living people". Contrast a bequest or legacy.
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        #18
        As she doesnt want to kick him out, then he should realise the error of his ways and beg like a whipped dog for forgiveness.

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