During the proceeding, the judge applauded Michael Rotondo's legal research, but presented him with a similar case which proves he's not eligible for a required six-month notice to leave.
In another note, the parents offered him $1,100 to help look for a job and an apartment and shared advice on how to manage on his own.
"Michael, After a discussion with your Mother, we have decided that you must leave this house immediately", read the first note sent on February 2.
"It seems to me like I should be provided with, you know, 30 days or so, because generally you get 30 days after you're found, you know, to have to vacate the premises", Rotundo said. "You will not be allowed to return", reads a note dated February 2, according to CBS Philadelphia.
Rotondo will be appealing the decision.
The case, which pitted Michael Rotondo against his parents, has made global headlines.
Justice Donald Greenwood told the son his bid to remain in his parents' home another six months was "outrageous".
When asked where he was working at the time, Michael said he didn't "want to disclose" his work history.
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The judge's ruling now pushes Michael Rotondo squarely out of the nest.
Rotondo told Business Insider that he became a father shortly after he moved in with his parents and that parenthood was at least partly why he still lived with them. But he says his parents complicated matters when they said he needed a job and health insurance if he was to continue living with them. The Rotondos filed a petition in state court and the judge heard the case on Tuesday. He made it clear that he didn't live in a basement, and that he had his own bedroom.
Rotondo's parents also went to court to try to get visitation of their grandchild.
He said he had a business but would not elaborate.
Michael contended that his parents didn't give him enough time to leave, but a court on Tuesday sided with the couple and evicted him.