Two incidents. The first time we were hanging a sign over our storefront and another tenant claimed he had permission to hang HIS sign there. I'd already cleared this with the landlord - but she conveniently did not remember on this day which caused a very heated dispute in which she claims she was "verbally abused" by both of us. Thursday, we shut the power to our unit off (at her request) and found that at least one of the other tenants' power went off as well meaning that we are paying her bill. My husband got angry because she kept tripping over lies and nonsense for explanation. She served us breach of lease papers stating that we were interfering with quiet enjoyment of other tenants. If not "rectified" I will be evicted, we've done$1000's in upgrades to prop
Your question is unclear. What do you mean by "trespass your husband"? Whether your landlord can evict you for breach of the lease cannot be answered without reading the lease and understanding all of the facts. You should consider consulting with a landlord-tenant attorney in your area. You can find one by searching on Avvo.
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You should meet with a lawyer about this because your business is important. How this issue is handled may make a huge difference.
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