Minneapolis, MN asked in Civil Rights, Contracts and Real Estate Law for North Dakota

Q: We are buying house in gackle ND. We owe money on it. We bought it on a Hand shake the town we live in is pressuring

The owner of the property to kick us out by telling him they will attach Leins on the house, that we owe, if they don't remove us from the house. They've, city counsel members and others, told him many untrue statements about us, the states attorney called him and asked him what can he do to help get us out of this house. He even eluded to the fact the we had pending drug charges on us. There are many more things that are going on but I need help finding out if anyone this is legal if not what can do to fight this. My husband also has PTSD, from being in Iraq in 03, multiple personality disorder and bipolar disorder. He is on disability. I believe they are truly messing with my husband's mental health. This is extremely difficult for us please help

1 Lawyer Answer
Nicholas Nelson
Nicholas Nelson
  • Civil Rights Lawyer
  • Wahpeton, ND
  • Licensed in North Dakota

A: There are too many unknown details to provide any accurate legal information.

Contact an attorney for a consultation on the matter - many perform the initial consultation for free.

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