Can My Landlord Put Me Out Without Going To Court?

No. Any other method, such as locking you out or turning off the utilities, is illegal. If the landlord attempts to evict you in an illegal manner, you may be able to stay in the house and recover damages and attorney`s fees from the landlord.

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