Q: If the landlord and I have a written agreement to keep rent the same and stay there forever. Can the police kick us out
The landlord signed a agreement saying we will only pay a certain amount and can stay there as long as I would like. But now he wants to raise the rent and is threatening to kick us out if we don’t agree to what he’s now asking. This agreement is signed and dated. But not notarized. I would just like to know if I’m able to stand my ground and if I would have a strong case if it’s brought to court. And if I refuse to pay will he just call th cops and have me kicked out
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