I have a property management, we terminated our contract due to his unexpected fees and cost. Since then I been trying to arrange the transfer of all property and Keys to my newly hire property manager, the old property manager refused to provide the keys and claim that he had lost the keys to our properties, we now have a squatter and cost thousands in evictions fees, could I sue my own property manager for the fees and damages that he had caused?
Sure, you could sue. Is your property manager solvent? Can you even locate him or her for service of process? If so, you should probably sue. If not, then don't waste your money. This is likely an issue your new property manager should handle for you. Hopefully, you have the proper contracts in place with your new property manager.
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