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By How - / Wednesday 18 April 2018 01:30 /
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By  ashwednesday  |  12

Confront your landlord and tell him/her that you’re taking them to court; remind him/her that, in a court of law, the accuser (i.e., your landlord) is required to produce evidence of their claims against the accused (i.e., you).

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By  ashwednesday  |  12

Confront your landlord and tell him/her that you’re taking them to court; remind him/her that, in a court of law, the accuser (i.e., your landlord) is required to produce evidence of their claims against the accused (i.e., you).

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  AxillIum  |  8

Exactly what I was thinking when I read this: it is their unsubstantiated claim that you have an unauthorized tenant living with you, they would first have to provide proof before they could use the argument to kick you out.

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  aruden  |  25

No don't call the cops. Cops are for criminal matters. What the landlord is doing is civil not criminal. It's a issue they will need to solve between the tenant and landlord or go to civil court.

By  MrsBugi  |  20

The onus is on the landlord to prove that someone is living with you, not the other way around. In any event, you can't prove the absence of something. Good luck OP. Don't let them push you around!

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