Can I sue?
Landlord wants me so her daughter can have my home. Offered rent twice won't take. Now they turn my power off at night. Trying to freeze me out
There no lease
No eviction papers have been served.
1 attorney answer
It's unclear from your question exactly what is going on, but it sounds as though you don't have a written lease agreement controlling the conduct of you and your landlord. Although your options are more limited in this scenario, you and the landlord are both required to comply with Wyoming law concerning the rental property.. Your best bet is to consult a local attorney who can inform you of your rights after getting the details of your situation. Good luck.
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