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Kheiraleigh13

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Hi 2 years ago I pulled my mobile home that I got from my mother when she passed away on a lot a private lot not in a trailer park. We had a verbal agreement that my husband or I would do the landlords yard work or fix her house next door, but nothing was ever written on paper. My husband and I insisted on doing paperwork but they refused. We did all her yard work and fixed her house when needed. Well on March 12th 2018 we were evicted and can no longer go on the property! So they started taking things out my yard and I don't even know where they are now. I've asked the landlord he's said he don't know because he supposedly let all 7 of his kids take over. So I went talk to him and asked him what was going on and he said again he didn't know nothing his kids said something about moving the trailer to the next town.... So my question is how many days do I have to move my trailer before they can take it from me??? Because he has never given me a date to move the trailer, and we went in front of a judge.....
LLinVA

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What did the judge say? What is the law in your state and locality? 

Your questions are very specific to the area, which we don't know. I would think you would have gotten something from the court giving you timelines for things moving forward. 
Kheiraleigh13

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Well that's the thing he gave us 45 days to move out, but not the trailer. The agreement was when we would have gotten our tax refund we would move it but it still never came in. There was no specific date to move my home. And now they broke my door window and went in my home!! I did talk to one lawyer and he said he can go inside like that it's trespassing, and if he moves the trailer I can get him for theif, because the trailer is mine, and he can't own the trailer!
I was just trying to get a second opinion cause I thought I only had 90 days then he can do something with the trailer. But the lawyer I talked to said no, because it's still my trailer. I don't know the law here in Louisiana. I think I'm going to have to come up with the money and bring him to court..... Thanx for your time!!!
LLinVA

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Definitely get it moved asap, this isn't going to get better. 

They can't go in and remove stuff. If the eviction went through, the sheriff would do that. However, since it is his lot and not his trailer, I don't know what the norm is. Your lawyer should have been able to tell you what will happen to the trailer and its contents if you don't move it. It may be considered abandoned after a certain amount of time at which time they may have the right to dispose of it. 

I would file a police report about them going into your trailer, that needs to be properly documented. That could change things a lot moving forward.
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