What should I do if my name appears on a holdover eviction petition at a residence where I have not lived in 10.5 years?
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if you were one of the last tenants of record you may still be a proper defendant in this matter. I would not speak to the Petitioner's attorney lest you say something to hurt yourself or your MIL. You should retain an attorney.
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