Property Owner Sues Berlin

by Cooper on July 24, 2013

in News

THE BERLIN DAILY SUN SAYS THE OWNER OF FOUR PROPERTIES TAKEN BY TAX DEED EARLIER THIS YEAR (2013) HAS TAKEN THE CITY OF BERLIN TO COURT OVER THE STATE’S LANDLORD TENANT LAW.

THE SUN SAYS EDREST PROPERTIES FILED A PETITION JUNE 25^TH IN BERLIN DISTRICT COURT ALLEGING THE CITY OF BERLIN HAD CUT OFF UTILITY SERVICES, ENTERED EDREST REPRESENTATIVE *JONATHAN EDWARDS’* APARTMENT – AND LOCKED EDWARDS OUT OF HIS APARTMENT AT 212 WILLOW STREET WITH GETTING PERMISSION FROM THE COURT.

THE SUN SAYS THE CITY OF BERLIN HAS RESPONDED THAT THE PETITION IS FRIVOLOUS AND FILED SOLELY TO HARASS THE CITY.

CITY ATTORNEY *CHRISTOPHER HILSON* TELLS THE SUN THE CITY DOES NOT HAVE A LANDLORD-TENANT RELATIONSHIP WITH EDREST AND SERVED APPROPRIATE EVICTION NOTICES WHEN IT TOOK POSSESSION OF THE PROPERTY AT 212 WILLOW STREET.

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