Landlord Seeks Court Order for Tenant to Remove Property from Yard

LVT Number: #31118

Landlord sued month-to-month first-floor apartment tenant, seeking an order directing tenant to remove his personal property from the rear yard of the building. Landlord argued that it had rented a ground-floor store, including basement and the rear yard, to a commercial tenant for use as a cafe. The commercial tenant refused to move in until the rear yard was cleared of tenant's personal property. Landlord claimed that it was irreparably harmed by tenant's actions.

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