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Parents urge court to help eject son from family home

Parents urge court to help eject son from family home

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A U.S couple, Mark and Christina Rotondo, have succeeded in kicking their 30-year-old son, Michael, out of their home, after a court granted their eviction prayer.

The couple, who filed a suit earlier in May in Onondaga County Supreme Court, in New York, revealed they wanted their son Michael out for good.

They claim he contributes nothing to the house or to the family in any way.

“Michael, after a discussion with your mother, we have decided that you must leave this house immediately,” the February 2 document reads.

“You have 14 days to vacate. You will not be allowed to return. We will take whatever actions are necessary to enforce this decision.”

Other court documents also reveal he has shown no signs of moving out and warned of further legal action if he didn’t comply.

Several more notes were sent over the course of three months, including one which offered him more than $1,000 to find a place to stay and another urging him to get a job.

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Official eviction proceedings were launched earlier this month.

“The practitioner is required to serve a six-month notice to quit onto me to seek the removal of myself from the premises,” the son told the court.

The couple’s son moved back home more than eight years ago after losing his job and he no longer speaks to his parents, who did not comment following the court ruling.

“I’m not sure exactly how it ended. It seems to me I should be provided 30 days or so,” he said

“I plan to appeal it.”


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