If you agree with your landlord, you will receive them in writing. Have the owner sign a voluntary termination form. Make sure you and your landlord sign it. Keep a copy of your records and enter a copy in court if a complaint has already been filed. Don`t count on your landlord to tell the court. The response date is usually the Monday following the day the owner submitted the case. It is sometimes shown on loading and complaint. If the response date for the citation and complaint is unclear, speak to the assistant and ask when your response is due. If you use this defence, be prepared to show the court how your landlord did not comply with the tenancy agreement and that the amount of rent you did not pay was justified. Be prepared to show the judge or jury the condition of your home with photos, inspection reports or testimonials from people who have seen your home. If only part of the house was not suitable for the dwelling, you must show that the amount of unpaid rent was fair. Before an owner gives a summons and a claim to a sheriff, the owner must choose an entry date. An entry date is the time within which your landlord must actually file or file a complaint in court, pay the registration fee and prove that it actually served you.74 A sending date may be at least 7 days, but not more than 30 days after the date the summons was served on you.75 If the date of entry is a legal holiday.
it`s a legal holiday. The complaint is filed the day after the court is opened.76 The starting point for each landlord should be to track the rental debt by means of a rental ban. In this context, Section 31 of the Magistrates Court Act („Law“) defines the procedure for monitoring and perfecting the lessor`s hypothesis. If you recover from non-payment of rent after your landlord has filed an eviction case in court (i.e. after receiving a citation and complaint), make sure you receive a written and dated receipt for the amount you paid and a written agreement from the landlord to dismiss the case. Receive a copy of this agreement as soon as you and your landlord sign it. On the day your deportation case is scheduled for trial, you should go to court with your rental letter and a copy of the written agreement and be sure that the lessor also gives the court his consent and that the judge actually dismisses the case.