My neighbor offered my landlord money to get rid of me. Because he had a complaints about my girlfiend. Who has done nothing wrong to warrant such a question.
I don't see an issue with that. Now if your landlord took the money and did something illegal that would be another question. I mean there is never any harm in asking.
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I agree with my colleague; the simple act of offering the money to "get rid of you" (assuming, by that, you mean as a tenant), would not be "illegal."
Hope this helps.
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The fact that he offered money to your landlord is usually not enough for a lawsuit. However, you may have a lawsuit against your neighbor for what is called tortious interference with business relationship. However before anyone can determine that there is a case this needs to be looked at and reviewed by attorney.
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