Tillamook, OR asked in Animal / Dog Law and Landlord - Tenant for Oregon

Q: Is it legal for my landlord to talk to the ex housemate that assulted me in a domestic violence. Who call4 dog assult?

The roommate was told he has to move and now the landlord doesn't want to rent toe just the other roommate but they talk to each other and other people about me and eviction court and conspire stories to make up to try to get the judge to favor them the guy assulted me and the landlord and that guy both said the same thing in different times of different courts that I made it up to steal his house I have photos and diagnosis from hospital and my foot doctor and police report with photos the guy tried to run me over and my dog

1 Lawyer Answer
Gregory L Abbott
Gregory L Abbott
  • Landlord Tenant Lawyer
  • Portland, OR
  • Licensed in Oregon

A: I am not seeing much of a question here so it is difficult to know how to respond. IF your question is can the landlord and now ex-tenant talk about you between themselves, the answer is of course - you have no right to control who someone talks to or what they talk about. If you believe they are conspiring to perjure themselves, you have a right to try to bring that out at trial, they have a right to testify however they believe is truthful, and the Judge/Jury can sort it all out. So afraid I don't see the (any) issue here.

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