Q: Been removed and locked out of my rental of ten years with no notification based on a TRO that was removed/case dismisse
A: In California, if a tenant is locked out of their rental property without proper legal procedures, it may constitute an illegal eviction or "lockout." If the Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) was removed and the case dismissed, there should typically be no legal basis for preventing you from returning to your rental. If you believe you've been wrongfully evicted, you should consider seeking legal assistance to assert your rights and potentially recover damages.
You need to supply a lot more detail to allow me to answer this question.
The best thing you can do is to prepare a chronological detail of all of the events. Identify all witnesses, and include their personal information like telephone numbers, etc. Assemble all of your documents, and make a set of copies to provide to whatever lawyer you contact. Then start contacting and interviewing lawyers until you find one who will review your case for you. Do not delay, as time is of the essence.
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