Will the landlord send a non-renewable letter of lease during the latest eviction proceedings?
We have a case of successful eviction for non-payment of rent. The case had been reset for 2 weeks because I had not received a proper written notice, and the landlord ‘s husband had not been there to testify that he had handed me the notice and taped it to my door. In reality, he didn’t do any of those things. I didn’t get a written note, I just got the eviction papers. After the court date had been reset, the first of the month had come and I got a 30 day non-renewal letter of the contract. Is this perceived to be revenge? Also, this note was literally taped to my door and in my mailbox right after I left home. When I returned, the landlord typed another letter to the door with a handwritten note on the back indicating that I had breached the lease by keeping a dog on the premises. I’m not permitted to have a dog on the premises. However, she did not give a 24-hour notice before coming to the house. Is this permitted to be used as evidence if she had taken some pictures of the dog through the window? Since then, the dog has been removed. As per my original question, can she do all of this when there is a pending unresolved eviction proceeding for non-payment of the rent?