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imtjwt from VA I have lived on a family farm for 23 years. My late husbands, Grandparents gave us oral permission to live here and when their children die the farm was suppose to go to the grandchildren to live on not to sell. My husband died in Oct. of 2000. Leaving me to care for our 13 year old daughter. Our home is a trailer which has been added onto which makes it unmoveable. After 23 years, my husband has built many items which to me can never be replaced. His wish was to be brung back to this home which has been done. At the time of my death this home goes to our youngest daughter. Can they make me move? They have given me until the 29th of June to vacate.

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