19-0044053 Urgent Need
Client seeks assistance with an urgent landlord tenant matter. The eviction complaint seeks attorney fees, court costs, and ongoing rent from the date of filing. Client has been living in the property for seven years with his partner and eleven-year-old son. Client states that issues began when a new staff member was hired by the property management company. After a verbal disagreement with the staff member, client was given a notice to vacate. Complaint states a breach of the lease by allegedly harassing, disturbing, and/or threatening management and allegedly falsifying renewal application. Client was told by the original property management that he did not need to disclose a criminal history that was older than ten years, and client has renewed his lease with the new management twice without an issue. Client would like to stay until the end of his lease in December 2019. Landlord is represented by Robert J. Willwerth, Esq. Eviction hearing is scheduled for September 10, 2019, at 12:45 pm in Courtroom 3.