Posted by TenantNet on August 29, 1996 at 23:23:41:
In Reply to: Eviction notice re:State of Missouri posted by F. Clark on August 29, 1996 at 11:00:09:
: Can anyone advise on the laws for eviction in Missouri, particularly
in the Kansas City area? A friend has been given six days notice to
vacate on the unfounded premise of harrassing neighbors. She was employed
as Asst. Mgr. of leasing and quit her job, as she was told if she was
fired she would have to move, therefore, she should quit her position
and told she could remain a resident of the complex. She resigned her
position and the next day was hand delivered a letter of eviction from
management. There is no basis of the allegation that she was harrassing
neighbors and she complied with their request to resign her position.
Is this legal and have the necessary actions been taken for legal
eviction? This woman is a single Mother of two children with limited
financial ability. I am desperately seeking information to assist her.
Thank you in advance for any advise you can offer!
Unfortunately we don't have Missouri tenant info online, but it seems
your friend also has a potential complaint for illegal termination of her
job. [we aren't expert on labor law, but it seems she was coerced out of
her job]. I would immediately have your friend get a lawyer who knows both
housing and labor. Generally in most states landlords must go through the courts
and can not just evict someone.
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