Q: I have an eviction jury trial Feb 7 I have an answer packet I'm confused on how to get documentation it's a no fault ev
A no fault eviction on a foreclosed home all utilities are shut off owner died family has all papwr work
If you are the tenant in this situation, you may want to consult with an attorney or a tenant rights organization in your area as soon as possible to get advice on how to proceed.
In California, tenants have certain rights in eviction cases, even in a no-fault eviction. You have the right to receive proper notice of the eviction and to dispute the eviction in court. You may also be entitled to relocation assistance if you are being evicted due to no fault of your own.
In terms of obtaining documentation, you may want to request copies of any notices or other documents related to the eviction from the landlord or property owner. If they are not cooperating, you may need to seek legal assistance to obtain the necessary documents.
It's important that you prepare your answer packet carefully and make sure that you have all the necessary documents and evidence to support your defense. You may also want to attend the trial with an attorney or a legal representative to ensure that your rights are protected and your case is presented in the best possible light.
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