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(en) Polqnd, rozbrat: An attempt to illegally evict a family with three children Wielkopolskie Association of Tenants [machine translation]

Date Wed, 8 Nov 2017 16:39:09 +0200

On Friday 3 November the owner and manager of one of the apartments in Jezyce tried to illegally evict the family with three children. In their absence, he broke into the apartment and carried out all the things. The current was also cut off. He did this despite the current lease agreement. An excuse to throw away tenants for a pavement was a ten-day delay in rent payment for October, which - as the tenants explained - was also due to the fact that the owner did not timely send relevant billing documents. In addition, when they signed a lease, they paid a deposit. The law on the protection of tenants' rights ... clearly shows that the owner has no right to do so. ---- Late in the afternoon, the tenants of the Wielkopolska Tenants' Association had broken out their doors and returned their belongings. At the scene of the incident came the police and ambulance to the tenant, who felt bad. Late at night WSL activists had to take one of the children to a hospital where he was assisted. The owner taking things to the tenants also took medicines that the child should systematically take. That same night, the police went to the owner, and he promised that he would immediately return all the belongings to the tenants.

The next morning the owner, although he appeared in the townhouse, still refused to issue things. Finally, as a result of the police intervention, the items returned from the apartment were returned by the owner. It turned out that the day before was taken to the abandoned apartment floor above, although the owner claimed that he had taken them to a special magazine.

WSL will provide legal assistance to tenants who will then be represented by a lawyer. The owner of the apartment must count on a number of allegations not only of infringement of the Tenants' Rights Protection Act, but also the violation of the Code of Conduct, violation of possession and the threat of loss of health.

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