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Maria fails to pay her rent two months in a row. Her landlord, after patiently waiting for her to come up with the money, finally gives her a written notice of termination. When Maria continues to remain in the apartment, her landlord arrives at her door one day, physically wrestles her onto the sidewalk, and, with

Maria fails to pay her rent two months in a row. Her landlord, after patiently waiting for her to come up with the money, finally gives her a written notice of termination. When Maria continues to remain in the apartment, her landlord arrives at her door one day, physically wrestles her onto the sidewalk, and, with the help of some friends, dumps all her possessions outdoors beside her.
Have Maria’s rights as a renter been violated? Explain your answer.

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JMITW:
yes, and the landlord can be criminally charged for assault..and no she can't bring the sheriff in as she does not have a court order
coraann:
The landlord could have brought in the sheriff to remove her and embarrass
her even further.
tro:
he gave her a valid notice, she failed to comply, he takes her to court and when he prevails the court orders the sheriff to lock her out, if she hasn't removed her stuff by that time her stuff is lost
he was committing battery by wrestling her to the ground but that has nothing to do with tenants' rights, that is a separate, civil matter
Judy:
yes, he needs to take her to court,
Flower:
Her tenant's rights were violated. I side with landlords and believe they should rent to whoever they like and should be able to kick someone out for good cause with no notice but thats not what the law says. He assaulted her, and that is a crime. He put her things out while she was legally a tenant. Landlord did not give her the 3 or 5 day notice to pay up or quit, and since she is a hold-over, he had to then get a court order and only then could he have gotten the sheriff or marshall to boot her out. She can now sue him and win.
Maxi:
Depends on where in the world that is, where I live yes tenants rights and personal rights
Landlord has to go to court get a court ordered eviction and police are called landlord is charged with assault
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