Sometimes guests (friends, boyfriends, girlfriends, ex-boyfriends, ex-girlfriends, child(ren) over eighteen or ex-spouses) move in and refuse to leave. If there is no verbal or written lease agreement, you have two options to remove the unwanted guest:
An unlawful detainer action is very similar to an eviction. An unlawful detainer action applies to situations where friends, family members, significant others, or other persons are invited to stay on a property for a certain amount of time with no obligation to contribute money and then refuse to leave. The difference between an unlawful detainer and an eviction is that there is no lease and a landlord/tenant relationship does not exist.
An ejectment action is very similar to an unlawful detainer. An ejectment action also applies to situations where friends, family members, significant others, or other persons are invited to stay on a property for a certain amount of time with no obligation to contribute money and then refuse to leave. However, an ejectment action is more complicated than an unlawful detainer. The difference between an ejectment and an unlawful detainer is that the person is claiming some right, interest, or title to the property.
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