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Re: “John Russo Hits Walnut Creek Realtor With Lawsuit

If the court rules that the landlord can evict the tenant, the landlord still can’t change the locks. The landlord must take the court order to the sheriff and the sheriff will come and post a notice, usually on the tenant’s door, telling the tenant that if she or he does not move out by the date and time given, the sheriff will come and remove the tenant and the tenant’s belongings from the unit. No matter how many loud parties a tenant throws or how much rent is owed, a landlord can’t use “self-help” methods to evict a tenant, such as changing the lock or turning off the electricity and water. A landlord who does that may be liable for damages and some states have penalties such as damages in the amount of a few months rent.
Heres the LAW Mr Holmes. He also just verbally abused my relative stating he would file a civil law suit against him and all he was doing was picking up keys. He has a right to do a job but does not need to be an A-(^%$ doing it. OH mr Jarvis is not a sheriff

Posted by paul on 01/07/2009 at 10:55 PM

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