A Las Vegas man is calling for an update on squatters’ rights after several squatters move into his mother’s home in California.
Flash Shelton, founder of the United Squatters Association, said he hung outside his mother’s house waiting to find out when the squatters would leave before taking action.
Chilton explained it at once Saw squatters He pulled out of the driveway, entered the house, and started installing surveillance cameras. He told the two women who came back to get their things out of the house or he would take them out himself.
“She tried to say it wasn’t her, that they weren’t home, but her furniture was delivered by mistake,” he said Wednesday on “Jessie Waters Prime Time.”
He added that when he became aware of the two residents, he went down to the house and noticed that the back door had been broken in.
Immediately after, he said he wrote a lease and his mother made him a legal tenant.
“[I] I got it documented. I had current utility bills in my name. I had the keys to the house, and at that point, I would have entered the house, and if The squatter can take homeHe said.
“If I go into the house, they can’t evict me as much. But with my lease and keys and utility bills at this point, you know, if they call the police, the police will tell them the same thing. If I call the police, I can say, ‘Hey, I have an intruder.'” In my house, and they broke through the back door.”
When he gave the information to the squatters, Shelton said, they decided to “take the safe way out, the easy way out and move all their belongings.”
The Handyman shared that they have received “love” and “support” and would like to make a change Outdated randomization laws.