• andrew
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    2 months ago

    Sadly I doubt they’ll legalize it. It might take too much income away from the poor landlord class!

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      2 months ago

      Hopefully he can work to make it classified as a legit dwelling, and then he at least gets a bunch of eviction protections.

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        Its on public land, they can stay there they just can’t construct permanent structure of they’re smart its built like a sledge so when they say move on they can get a couple friends and drag it to another spot and technically comply with the law.