Re: "Squatter's" rights
Posted by Sivuplay on 10/10/08
The only squatting I do is to take a dump.
On 10/10/08, -- wrote:
> On 10/10/08, Steph wrote:
>> Is there a squatters rights law,so to speak, stating "if a
>> caregiver keeps an elderly person in their (the elderly
>> persons) home for more than 2 years ,this home will become
>> the caregivers upon the death of the owner?
> No not in any state I'm aware of. You may be thinking
> of some type of quasi contract, however, real estate
> contracts must almost always be in writing.
> There may be cases (very limited) where estoppel would
> apply even to a quasi contract for real estate.
> For example if there was a clear promise made that if a
> person (care giver) provides a certain type of care for
> another person that person will in turn leave them their
> house of other valuable consideration. That is a tough
> case to win for the care giver unless it's in writing.
Posts on this thread, including this one
- "Squatter's" rights, 10/10/08, by Steph.
- Re: "Squatter's" rights, 10/10/08, by --.
- Re: "Squatter's" rights, 10/10/08, by Sivuplay.
- Re: "Squatter's" rights, 12/16/08, by Frankie.