Q: What can i do if the court has made a judgement against me with false information
I appeared in the Kettering Municipal Court this past tuesday Oct 27th. for an eviction hearing against me. The judge would not listen to anything i had to say and enforced the eviction. i was given until Noveber 3rd to vacate. yesterday when i was filing out applications for a new apartment i found out that the court records say that the reason for the eviction is nonpayment of rent which is not true.the papers i have recieved only state that my eviction is based that the manegement no longer chooses to uphold any month to month renters. i have paid my rent every month for 5plus years
A: A landlord can terminate any month to month tenant by giving 30 days notice. If the landlord gave you that notice, then the eviction could have been proper. You must retain a lawyer to check. But even if you could get this eviction changed, the landlord could immediately give you the notice and then re-file an eviction to get you out. Depending on how your local court operates, you might be able to file an objection if a magistrate issued this eviction, but there is a time limit to do that. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local attorney ASAP. But there might not be any way to stop this eviction or change it, so be prepared to move when the sheriff shows up in a few days. When the sheriff arrives, you must leave. Arguing to the sheriff that the court was wrong, will not stop the eviction.
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