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Successfully obtained a judgment against tenants to vacate the property due to nuisance activities

Facts – Tenants within an association were engaging in numerous activities, which were supported by various witnesses who documented in detail the nuisances. The owner and tenants tried to claim that the tenants were purchasing the unit under a land contract, which they failed to provide, and therefore could not be evicted from the unit.

After three days of trial and witness testimony, Kaman & Cusimano obtained a judgment from court ordering that the tenants vacate the unit. Over $13,000 in legal fees were assessed back to the unit owner.


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