United States judge orders 30yo to move out of parents' home

26 May, 2018, 12:57 | Author: Bert Pena
  • His parents claimed he has no job but Michael Rotondo maintained that he runs his own web business

He gently corrected Rotondo by pointing to an appellate court decision ruling that family members don't get special treatment absent rare circumstances.

When that failed, they were left with no other option but to sue their son and take him to court.

"They have no obligation to provide support, he's well over the age of 21", a lawyer for Rotondo's parents had argued in court.

Judge Greenwood asked the attorney for the parents, Anthony Adorante, to put together an eviction order the judge would sign.

"I'm getting my son back, that's what I'm doing", he said.

Mom Christina wrote her own letter to her son Michael about the living situation that same month.

The couple live in Camillus in upstate NY.

Greenwood also asked the state's adult protective services agency to investigate the case further, reported Syracuse.com.

He also refused to discuss his work history with Business Insider besides saying he had done "unskilled labor" in the past, but not "physical labor".

Despite that, Michael Rotondo insisted he should have been given six month's notice to move out, as per Kosa v. Legg which requires landlords to give tenants a six-month notice.

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As for that $1,100 from his parents, Rotondo said it's already gone.

During a hearing at the state's highest court in Syracuse, a judge praised Michael Rotondo's legal research, but ordered him to leave the house anyway.

The parents penned several letters to him going back to February, all asking him to leave the home they say they've owned since 1975, according to a civil petition they filed in Odondaga County Court.

"So I'm expecting something like that". Rotondo is calling his parent's effort "retaliatory".

The letters included in the petition illustrate their rising frustration.

According to court filings cited by ABC 7, his parents say he does not contribute to household expenses or do chores.

"It seems to me like I should be provided with, you know, 30 days or so, because generally you get 30 days after you're found, you know, to have to vacate the premises", he said. You will not be allowed to return.

The couple finally chose to take legal action after learning they could only remove a family member from their home through an ejectment proceeding.

The notes escalated into a formally worded notice for Rotondo to leave that set a 30-day deadline - which lapsed on March 15. Rotondo claimed that, legally, he wasn't given enough notice to leave, maintaining that six months is a more reasonable time frame.

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