Queens, NY asked in Real Estate Law, Civil Litigation, Elder Law and Landlord - Tenant for Georgia

Q: In a dispossess proceeding against me for a house I own. No notice. plaintiff won. entered illegally w/o sheriff

Eviction my property in Ga. No landlord tenant relatioinship. Person entred my house illegally, broke locks removed all belongings[2 story home ownd for 60+years family] Indiv. placed stuff in storage. I wasn't there, and dont know what was removed. Never seen storage unit. Also removed a vehicle from property. [I live in NY, but home is mine frm my parents and father who built it] no cause for eviction. My brother went to the home[he lives in the city] the day I called police after got a call that someone had entered my property. I believe that these ppl gave storage key to him, but how would he or I know what was/is missing. Still in NY, the ONLY person who should have gotten key or notice is me, not him. and he NEVER had any role in it. Everything taken out without sheriff, who returned writ to court for 'wrong address'. Now same person wants quiet title, currently in litigation. Harassed, bullied, and traumatized at 80yrs old. need he

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Michael D. Birchmore
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Michael D. Birchmore
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  • Lawrenceville, GA
  • Licensed in Georgia

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