Wrongful Eviction Claims

When the landlord succeeds in recovering the dwelling, and then it thereafter appears to be a fraudulent effort, the tenant can sue as a result. This is known as “wrongful eviction.” Each case is driven by its own particular facts, and so broad generalizations cannot be offered about the outcome of these cases. It is important to note that the statute of limitations (deadline) by which the tenant must file suit. The damages claimed in these suits are varied: the rent difference the displaced tenant is now paying, times the number of years she would have remained in the apartment, plus emotional distress and attorney’s fees.

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