Landlord v. Tenant: February 2017

January 24, 2017
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Landlord Sufficiently Identified Apartment Occupant in Court Papers

Landlord sued to evict apartment occupants, claiming that they were licensees or squatters. One of the occupants asked the court to dismiss the case. He claimed that landlord failed to name a necessary party because the court papers called him “Manuel Lora Davis” when his name actually was “Sully Manuel Lora.” Occupant also claimed that he wasn’t personally served with the court papers.

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