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Representing Tenants Facing Eviction

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Date Published

August 10, 2018


Mecklenburg County Bar


Civil Litigation, Ethics, Real Property Law


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This CLE is designed to teach pro bono attorneys how to represent low-income tenants in small claims court when their landlord has filed a complaint to evict the tenant. Topics include: summary ejectment process and claims, potential defenses and counterclaims, the appellate process, execution upon judgment, and security deposit issues. The views and opinions are not necessarily those of the 26th Judicial District Bar.

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Tommy Holderness
Legal Aid of North Carolina

Isaac Sturgill
Supervising Attorney - Legal Aid of North Carolina

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Representing Tenants Facing Eviction - Video
Representing Tenants Facing Eviction - Paper
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