My landlord has been harassing me very bad. She has shut off my power illegally, she has called the cops numerous times, she has ripped stuff off my trailer in front of one of the cops she called, she has threatened me numerous times, she slanders me to the entire park VERY often (almost daily), and she has now left a paper on my door because I stayed 1 night out, stating that I have abandoned my trailer and need to call her within 4 days or they will take it from me. I am at my wits end and I know everything she has been doing is illegal but I wanted to work it out with her. I cant even speak with her without her threatening or slandering. I need a lawyer asap!
Use the AVVO find a lawyer tool. Your landlord sounds like she's doing a variety of illegal/impermissible things with respect to your rental.
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You have listed numerous causes of action you might have against your landlord. A letter from an attorney might be helpful and might not. You may be forced to file a lawsuit to protect your interests. In the end you are probably better off moving elsewhere.
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The Lease will govern the relationship between the landlord and tenant. Generally, landlords are not allowed to perform self-help evictions by shutting off utilities or removing doors. I recommend you talk with an attorney about your situation.
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