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Lawmakers across the Country uniting to Protect Home Owners against the Scourge of Squatters

Adding fuel to the fire, a social media influencer named Leonel Moreno, hailing from Venezuela, recently made waves by encouraging people to squat in homes all across the United States.


In recent weeks, the media has been buzzing with tales of property owners gripped by a deep-seated fear. Their worst nightmare? An unwelcome intruder taking up residence in their vacant homes, refusing to budge, and then shamelessly claiming ownership. These spine-chilling stories of squatters have been making headlines, capturing the attention of viewers and readers alike.


Adding fuel to the fire, a social media influencer named Leonel Moreno, hailing from Venezuela, recently made waves by encouraging people to squat in homes all across the United States. However, his audacious campaign came to an abrupt halt when he was apprehended by federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers in Ohio back in March.




In response to this unsettling trend, lawmakers in no less than 10 states have proposed legislation aimed at tackling the issue of squatting. Their proposed measures range from revoking tenancy rights to granting police greater authority to evict squatters, and even making squatting a criminal offense. Some of these proposals have already been swiftly enacted into law.


The bills, often supported by both sides of the political spectrum, are being introduced during a time of heightened concern about housing. The shortage of affordable housing has reached an all-time low, causing increased anxiety among the population.






In most cases, squatting is considered a civil matter, which means that police officers do not have the authority to remove squatters at the request of property owners. Instead, homeowners must go through the legal process of filing eviction notices in court, a procedure that can be lengthy and time-consuming.


However, some states are taking a different approach. Florida and West Virginia have recently passed laws that classify squatting as a criminal offense. In Florida, sheriffs are now empowered to remove squatters, while Georgia's Republican Governor, Brian Kemp, has signed a similar bill into law. Additionally, several other states, including Alabama, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina, have legislation pending on this issue.








The battle against squatters continues to unfold, as property owners and legislators strive to protect the sanctity of vacant homes and ensure that rightful ownership remains intact. Stay tuned for further developments on this gripping saga.






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