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Re: Eviction by Garry (Iowa) on October 29, 2017 @20:32

                              
How well do you get along with your sons, and how strongly do you want everyone out? The GF is not the problem, it's the BF (your son). He has allowed the GF (and her possessions) to be there without your permission. Do not file for eviction just now. Since your tenants are on a M2M lease, give everyone, (and include the GFs name in this,too) a minimum 30 day notice to move. However, since they ARE your sons, and it's holiday time, give them til Dec.31 to be out. If they are still there on Jan.1, then file for eviction for not complying with your notice to move.
But if you find it hard to force your sons to move, you are probably just going to have to live with drama and clutter. Besides, you don't live in the house. The "clutter" will probably have to stay there, unless you can prove it's health or fire hazard. If your sons can live with the "clutter" why can't you? The car is a different story. It is outside, so the neighbors can see it. Call up your local police dept. and/or your local code enforcement officials, and see what they have to say. Most vehicles have to have a current license on it, and be runnable. Depending on your local laws, you may be able to give some kind of notice to you tenants and/or the GF, that you are going to tow the car off the premises.
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