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justice in court systems????? by Anonymous on February 1, 2018 @21:12

Stop lying to the owners/landlords .The tenant has more rights than the homeowner!!!!!
I won my court case an I know i will never get paid for my loss
Hey G,
How do you collect on the judgement the court granted you
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Re: justice in court systems????? by Anonymous on February 1, 2018 @21:35 [ Reply ]
You got justice in the court system. You won your case.

A tenant with a judgment against them will have a hard time getting loans or other forms of credit. That's the punishment.

The court, however, can't give you blood from a stone. If the tenant has no money, you get no money.
Re: justice in court systems????? by Garry (Iowa) on February 2, 2018 @00:13 [ Reply ]
I have 20 places I rent out. I usually end up doing 1 eviction each year. I deal with mostly all low income tenants living paycheck to paycheck. I usually end up losing $2-$4,000 on each evicted T, between loss of rents for 2-3 months, utilities, and repair of damages.I don't chase tenants to collect monetary damages like most LLs do. It's too hard to find Ts who don't want to be found, and they usually don't have a pot to pee in, let alone money to pay me back. For me, personally, I would rather take the monetary loss from an eviction, than go thru all the headaches involved in "maybe" getting my money back. But that's just me. I totally get it that many LLs should, and do, pursue tenants to the end of the earth to get what's owed them. I am not a vengeful person. Once I get rid of a T, I don't want to see them ever again. I'll take my losses on paper, get the place fixed up and re-rented, and MOVE ON with my life.

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