Q: I have an old, two years, unwritten lease with utilities with my employer who is also my landlord. Am I a tresspasser?
He is harrassing me to get out and says that I am a tresspasser but refuses to fire me, pay me, or give me a 30 day written notice to vacate although the Huntsville Police told him to do just that. He refuses to let me put the utilities in my name and he willfully let the utilities to be turned off to harrass me out of here. He has torn the functional living elements out of the kitchen so that I may not cook meals and there is no ventilation or heat working in the house. He has thrown my food in the trash multiple times while I am there or away and smashes or trashes my personal things. He has posted twice on the front and back doors that I am a tresspasser and not welcome there.
What do I need to do to get utilities back on, make him pay me my wages, pay my taxes, fire me so that I can get unemployment and a tax refund, issue me a 30 day notice to vacate so that I can get housing through VA and stop him from harrassing me and destroying my personal property?
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