you need to consult with a local attorney to evaluate the specific facts of your case and possible theories of recovery which may sound in tort and contract. Talk to a local lawyer. Many of them will provide a free consultation. Good luck.
It seems like breach of contract should be a primary cause of action. The fact that you used breach of contract in your UD action shouldn't preclude you from using that cause of action. There may be other causes of action. Consult a landlord-tenant attorney.
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This is a landlord-tenant action.
You've already evicted him.
Sue on the back rents and damages.
You will NOT get "travel cost" OR "utility transfer costs."
You EAT these.
Looks like this was "personal" between you two.
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