If I reported to management about my neighbor stalking me, harassing me for 10 months and they never even gave them a warning. My ankle was broken and it took nine months to heal. I live on a sailboat and couldn't get on it, while I was laid up the same neighbor gutted my boat. Everything worked before he did this. The motor, water, electrical, lights and now nothing works. I told management and still nothing so I took landlord aside twice and all he said was he didn't want to be in the middle of it. I caught him selling my wood stove off my boat to a neighbor. Then to top it off my neighbor attacked me in the parking lot. Went to get a restraining order on him and was misinformed. That night an officer served me with one, on the grounds of being disabled and elderly. The officer told me it was wrote up funny, he put the address of the marina as if it was a single dwelling and not a community. Legal aid helped me get a restraining order on him. That night i got arrested and couldn't come home for 3 weeks. My boat was burgerized when I was gone. Since then his restraining order was dismissed, I won with an eviction, and won at the hearing on my restraining order. What do I do
This is far too complicated of a scenario, with far too many exact details missing, for anyone to give you meaningful advice beyond that you need to consult with an attorney. There are a variety of claims and/or potential claims here, some of which may be against the landlord or perhaps none against the landlord - it all depends upon the exact facts. Further, if you were burglarized or your boat vandalized, you should have made police reports. It is unclear who tried to evict you and upon what grounds or if you currently have a restraining order against the neighbor. Regardless, as noted, you need to simply review it all in detail with an attorney to see what, if any, claims you may have against whom. Good luck.
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