GAINESVILLE - A homeless man squatting in a South Florida mansion has been told, once again, to get out.
Palm Beach County courts served Andre Barbosa an eviction notice Wednesday.
He was also ordered out a week earlier after Bank of America filed suit against Barbosa and eight other
people who tried to stake claim
on the two-point-four-million-dollar Boca Raton home.
Bank of America foreclosed on the home last July.
Sometime later, Barbosa moved in.
Florida's adverse possession law allows someone to move in and claim
the home if you maintain it and pay the taxes for seven years.
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