Q: Can I be evicted in 48hrs without being mailed or personally delivered the eviction notice Can I sue for treble damages
I was slandered, potential buyers were scared away and denied to buy my home. I do not receive any phone calls back from my messages I leave for them. Can I still sell or move my trailer? Not sure what to do?
A: If you own the trailer, you can always move it -- assuming it is still possible to move in one piece.
As for the rest of the question, without details it is impossible to understand what if anything you can do. "Substituted service" rather than personal service is acceptable for eviction only, so there is that, and whether or not you can sue for 2x 3x or 100x your damages is not something that is easy to answer in a public forum, but please understand anyone can sue for anything, WINNING that lawsuit is another issue altogether. Please don't abuse the legal system by trying to throw things up in court to 'see what sticks' -- get real legal advice and follow that advice.
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