I have been recently served with a no-trespassing notice by housing police. There's no restraining order in effect. They say that, there are reports from before. I think I have been wrongfully accused, either by housing or my wife. I didn't hurt anybody. I know this has an effect on my record. My wife is currently living at that property, and my debt builds up. They have been threatening my wife to evict her if I am there. I have called the housing office and they never got back to me. I was denied my application for housing and I am concerned.
Your question is a little confusing. To begin with, a no trespass order is simply a private statement from an individual saying you aren't allowed on their property. It doesn't go on any record, but if you come back, they can call the police. Secondly, there are no "housing police" so I'm not sure who served you the notice. If this is a housing authority, you need to comply with their provisions, for instance if your wife's application was for her an an individual, she may lose her housing if you live with her.
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