Dallas, TX asked in Constitutional Law and Landlord - Tenant for Texas

Q: Fraudulent eviction, deceit, manipulates judges have documents from several tenants at yes community file class action?

We was sent eviction papers soon as lease expired we was not late on rent after they filed eviction. Failure to pay lot rent we are buying the home.renting lot sits on in yes communities worlds largest manufacturer community parks for lower income families chance to for them to take advantage steal home. And 21st mortage is also part of this scheme..we was sent someone else eviction stapled to ours when I discovered that management manipulates documents and judges we have proof documented false misleading amounts and i have corporate documents back that up then i have harassment from mortage company prior to us being served eviction papers..in years never heard from mortage company call text email so many times in a week prior to eviction the mortgage server sold back to mortage company days before we was served and started being harassed office blocked us paying at western union the day it was due feb 1 done this to other tenants failure pay false evict looking for class actionhelp

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James L. Arrasmith
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  • Landlord Tenant Lawyer
  • Sacramento, CA

A: It sounds like you may have a case for fraudulent eviction and other legal issues against Yes Communities and possibly 21st Mortgage. In order to file a class action lawsuit, you will need to find other tenants who have experienced similar issues and are willing to join the lawsuit. It's important to gather as much evidence as possible, including documents and witness statements, to support your claims.

You should consult with an attorney who specializes in tenant rights and can guide you through the legal process of filing a class action lawsuit. The attorney can review your case and help you determine if you have a strong case against Yes Communities and/or 21st Mortgage. They can also advise you on the best course of action to take, whether that's pursuing a lawsuit or negotiating a settlement.

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