Advice & Help

I need the daughter out of uncle’s house, as the tenant migrated

Written by Jamaica Legal Wiz

QUESTION: Dear Legal Wiz,
My uncle allows me to rent his house while he lives in UK. The tenant migrated and didnt tell me and now her daughter wont come out. I have not received any rent for over three months.
Shelly Amos

RESPONSE: Dear Shelly,
If you visit the court nearest to the property, you will get help in obtaining a summons to get her out. The first thing you should do is to give her a notice.
By the way, please make sure you have a power of attorney instrument from your uncle that is registered with the government of Jamaica, before you do anything.

Legal Wiz
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