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Old 01-29-2019, 07:25 PM
 
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The problem is you need standing to do anything. Standard deal is a copy of the deed and the ownership record from the assessor site. And a form giving you the authority to dump the squatters if you are not the owner of record.

The HOA can eventually get a court order evicting them if they do not meet the HOA requirements. And as LVA suggested you may be able to get the public administrator to take a role. But until someone has actually got control of the property there is little that can be done.


And if the squatters have some connection to the deceased owner it may well take forever.
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Old 01-30-2019, 10:10 AM
 
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Oh yes... And take those videos and publicly post them on YouTube. Put right in the description the names of the agencies that refuse to help. I did that too.. then sent them all links to the video so they could watch it.
What was the result?
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Old 01-31-2019, 08:59 PM
 
Location: Las Vegas, NV
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And if the squatters have some connection to the deceased owner it may well take forever.
My first thought was that they almost have to, to have known that the house was vacant and to have gained access to it.
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Old 01-31-2019, 09:12 PM
 
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My first thought was that they almost have to, to have known that the house was vacant and to have gained access to it.
UPDATE: Unfortunately this is correct. The “squatters” are druggie friends of the deceased’s nephew. The police are at the house at leased three times a week. I have showed henderson police pictures of them smoking crack in the backyard. They say there is nothing they can do. The yard is full of trash and weeks and they have tin foil as window coverings. I found out from the cops they’re all under 28, but they use one of there parents( who is older than 55) name on the lease. There are constantly people coming and going buying drugs. I have now accepted that this is how it is going to be and I am just learning to deal with it. Thanks for all the advice.
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Old Today, 08:22 PM
 
Location: Spring Valley
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Listen to the slumlord, he knows best
this made me LOL, I am actually not a landlord I just have really bad luck in the neighbor department.

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UPDATE: Unfortunately this is correct. The “squatters” are druggie friends of the deceased’s nephew. The police are at the house at leased three times a week. I have showed henderson police pictures of them smoking crack in the backyard. They say there is nothing they can do. The yard is full of trash and weeks and they have tin foil as window coverings. I found out from the cops they’re all under 28, but they use one of there parents( who is older than 55) name on the lease. There are constantly people coming and going buying drugs. I have now accepted that this is how it is going to be and I am just learning to deal with it. Thanks for all the advice.

yaaaap that sounds about right
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