Support given to homeless woman who moved into empty California home

Support given to homeless woman who moved into empty California home

A homeless woman has received support from some lawyers in California after the woman has been living illegally in a vacant three-bedroom apartment since November. The role of real estate investors has been highlighted by this issue, as according to critics, housing costs are being driven up in the expensive San Francisco Bay Area.

Sandra
Sandra
npc8472
npc8472 2 months

It's called theft. Buy the house or gtfo. Damage the property of others and be charged for it.

tim
tim 2 months

Of coarse it’s California

michael zubas
michael zubas 2 months

Squatter's Rights, Bitches! that's what The real estate Buisness gets for kicking out all those people A decade ago.

Dust Phoxner
Dust Phoxner 2 months

to all those complaining about squatters rights this is the definition:The legal name for squatter's rights is “adverse possession.” The doctrine of adverse possession discourages disuse of property. According to the doctrine, if property was abandoned, and someone else "squatted" on it for a number of years, the squatter could gain control over the land. so she does not have the right to squat there since she has not been there for years. I understand things are tough in California but I used to date someone that was once homeless what she should do is she should leave California go to another state that has lower taxes and more affordable housing she should set up camp near a river so she can bathe and keep herself clean and use her time at the local library using their free internet to apply for jobs that way once she finds a job and when she saved up enough money she can put an actual down payment on an apartment that is what my ex did.

Fin
Fin 2 months

Dust I hear u however could be she has reasons or must stay in CA...

Fin
Fin 2 months

She cares

Fin
Fin 2 months

It's called squatters rights...

FATBINK
FATBINK 2 months

who cares

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