Squatting in Style: Court Can’t Find Mansion Squatter to Serve Him Eviction Complaint Filed by Bank of America

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Court can’t find mansion squatter

Andre De Paula Barbosa, the 23-year-old man trying to stake claim to a Boca Raton mansion, couldn’t be located by process servers to notify him of an eviction complaint filed by Bank of America.

Summonses served Wednesday to Barbosa and eight other unknown tenants listed in the eviction suit were returned “unused,” meaning they weren’t successfully served. A second set of summonses were issued Friday, according Palm Beach County Clerk of Court records.

Barbosa filed a so-called “adverse possession” claim on the waterfront home at 580 Golden Harbour Drive in December. News of the claim and the frustration of neighbors who want him out gained national attention this week.

Even if Barbosa is soon found by process servers, the court eviction process could take three to four months, said Richard Zaretsky, a West Palm Beach-based real estate attorney.

“It takes time to get them out,” Zaretsky said. “I realize it seems unjust to the owners of the property, but that’s our justice system.”

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One Response to “Squatting in Style: Court Can’t Find Mansion Squatter to Serve Him Eviction Complaint Filed by Bank of America”
  1. Gotta love the mouse.That being said isn’t BOA one of the most powerful banks to be dealt with?You would think that with all the high muckety muck over paid lawyers they would have some sort of a contingency plan for this happening as it is all over not just in this paticular case.ROFLMAO you go young man that can’t be found or served(chuckle).I look forward to more posts on this young one and how he does up against the big bad bank,hehehe.

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