An old patient of mine has filed a temporary restraining order and move out order but I have A lease???? What can I do?
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TRO trumps lease. Prepare to move or successfully oppose general RO.
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The fact that there is a TRO against you suggests that the court has determined that you are a threat to the older woman.
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It's hard to follow what is going on here, but if you are a former caregiver of an elderly woman with mental disabilities and you somehow became a private tenant in her property, my sense is that you might have been taking advantage of her, not the other way around. The court likely saw that when they issued the temporary restraining order.