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Pregnant woman gives EVICTION NOTICE to unborn baby to ‘vacate premises’; daughter complies

Kaylee Bay, who works at a court in the US, got her colleague, Judge Lynn Davis, to sign a three-day “legal” notice addressed to the occupier of “Mummy Belly Lane, Womb, Utah”. Her daughter was born 12 hours later.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi | Published: October 24, 2017 9:29:55 pm
pregnant mom eviction notice, pregnant mom 3 day legal notice, legal notice for baby, baby eviction notice, pregnant mom legal notice, indian express, indian express news It seems the baby couldn’t help but pay heed to the legal notice. (Source: American Fork Hospital/Facebook)

Pregnancy can take a toll on your body and also cause several health issues. But, a pregnant woman in Utah, US, took a totally bizarre route to get over with the waiting for labour to begin. Kaylee Bay experienced contractions on October 16, but the pain gradually stopped and she had to resume work the next day. Tired of going through the severe pain again and again, she decided to do something quite amusing.

Bay, who works at a court, got her colleague, Judge Lynn Davis, to sign a 3-day “legal” notice addressed to the occupier of “Mummy Belly Lane, Womb, Utah”. “You are required to vacate the premises within three calendar days, counting weekends and holidays,” the notice read. To her surprise, her daughter was born just 12 hours after the judge issued to eviction notice. American Fork Hospital shared the bizarre story of the mother-daughter duo on Facebook, and it soon went viral.

Here’s what the post read.

“A baby girl born this morning at American Fork Hospital did so under official court orders.
Kaylee Bays was two weeks away from her delivery date when she began having contractions on Monday, Oct. 16. She thought for sure the baby was coming, but the pains stopped and she was back to work on Tuesday at the Fourth District Court. A little worn out and ready to get this baby here, Kaylee asked Judge Lynn Davis to sign an eviction notice.
The judge was happy to comply, and signed and stamped the official notice. He told Kaylee that in 31 years, this was the first time he’d ever been asked to sign an eviction notice for a fetus. It must have had some effect because just 12 hours later, Baby Gretsel was born. “She didn’t want to be in contempt of court,” joked Kaylee.
We’re glad mom and baby are doing well!”

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