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1 mistress in the house on Fri Apr 22, 2011 12:22 am

yonni143


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Foremost, my parents are separated but not legally. My sisters are staying with my mother and I with my father. My father brought his paramour in our very own house. I did not mind it in the beginning because I do not care and I have my own serious problems. However, they started having sex in our house, I can hear it clearly as if they are husband and wife. It irritates me because I cannot focus when I'm studying. I will ask the mistress to leave the house directly and tell my father I want the mistress out of the house. As a legal heir and son of my father, do I have the right to do so? what if the mistress ignores my request? can I drag her forecibly from the house? what if my father will say "I am the owner of the house, the mistress will not leave". what should I do?

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2 Re: mistress in the house on Fri Apr 22, 2011 1:06 pm

attyLLL


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tough situation. unfortunately, as an heir, you do not exercise any property rights in the house.

you can explore filing a civil case for monetary damages against the mistress based on art. 26 of the civil code.

where's your mom? only she can file a concubinage charge. get her to threaten your dad.

so you don't mind the mistress staying there; it's just the noise? ear plugs used to be standard for law school students.


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