1. No. I asked them to remove a guest. I did not ask them if I was able to do so. They TOLD me they would not comply.
2. I have a right to question authority to make sure they indeed have it. Being willing has nothing to do with being authorized. I do not know of any attorneys in my area who will take a case without having to give them $5,000 dollars in advance. I do not want advice. I want answers. I want specific statutes. I want to know where the term "established residence" is found on the books so I can read the statute. I want to sue the landlord in small claims court and sue the county deputy for acting illegally while in office and impersonating an officer.
I want to follow the law! The problem is that I do not know what the law is and that is not because of ignorance, It is because of restrictions on information. Obviously you have not given a specific answer and you would not consider yourself ignorant for recommending that I ask someone else right?
All I could find for resources in my area was this pdf file from lawhelpmn dot org entitled "guests who stay too long" and it lists MAYBE the police will remove you if you can convince them? So the law is just thrown out now and we have to convince a police officer, acting as a judge, that we have legal merit? Is this not an accurate representation of what this pdf is advising? Here is the excerpt that deals with this issue.
Call the Police
If you told your guest that you want them to leave but they won’t, that might be considered
trespassing. You can call the police, but it might be hard to prove to the police that the person no
longer has your permission to live there.
Because the guest was probably staying at your home with your permission at first, it is a good
idea to write out a notice saying, “I am withdrawing my consent for you to live in my home.
Please take your belongings and leave by [enter a reasonable date].” Give a copy to them and
keep a copy for yourself. If the guest has not left by that date, you can call the police and ask the
officers to remove the person as a trespasser. You will have the notice as proof that you asked
them to leave.
The police might remove the guest. If this happens they could end up with an arrest record. It is
also possible that the police might say that they won’t decide if your guest is a trespasser or not.
They might tell you a court has to decide.
So basically, This is the law (holds badge) and it does not have to be in writing any more.
What exactly do we need lawyers for again? to help people who need it, or to make money off of some rich guys mistake? Reminds me of how years ago, doctors would work for patients who could not afford it for free but all that has changed. It's all about money now. Since I do not have any, and since my case would not be worth much, I can understand how nobody would want to use their time to help me. Their time is better spent making money. Looking for a free attorney in my area will not help me because they will not take the case, and a private attorney would cost more than the settlement!
I just want to know what the specific law is. I do not need advice, or help. You are lawyers, you can do that right? Unless this forum is just meant to lure people in to pay for answers. Maybe thats why I am getting none? Because I have not paid anyone who has access to a law library to actually take a few minutes of their time and look the law up? I can't think of anything else.
Anyone got a link to an online mn law archive or something that I can find out more about tresspassing, and possibly find the term "established residence"? I'm trying to help myself here, Not get someone to do all the work and provide ALL the answers for me. I just could use some assistance. Please. Thank you.