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I have a handwritten agreement for at least $450.00 per month in caretaking jobs around my home, security guard of our home and and land as exchange for a 1 bdrm mobile. If caretaker is not able to do these jobs because of any reason then he agreed to pay the difference for a third party to accomplish them. also caretaker has agreed to these compensation fees as I need to pay taxes,insurances and upkeeps and others to do fire control cutting etc. He has a job and cares for his mother also and mostly now prefers that he just pay the $450 monthly.  can I safely say,under California law, that he is my caretaker of my property. He has been residing at 1bdrm mobile for two years and has been very helpful on many occasions.
We like him there if only for security as we have had stolen wood and he guards our personal home diligently as we both seek cancer treatments for many months at other location.
thank you so much,

Ray

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can I safely say,under California law --> Sorry Ray, but we do not California law, since we're not attorneys here. ​Take care,

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