Landlord Didn't Disclose Tenant's Mental Health Status

November 29, 2017
LVT Number: #28062

Landlord sued to evict tenant for creating a nuisance by a continuing course of objectionable conduct. On the first court date, landlord and tenant signed a settlement agreement putting tenant on probation for a year. Landlord later sought issuance of a judgment and eviction warrant based on tenant's violation of the agreement. At that point, tenant obtained an attorney and argued that landord's court papers were defective. The court agreed and dismissed the case.

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