If you were considering suing your landlord for illegal eviction, you can. You will need provable facts and the law to help your case. One of the first things you should do is check the termination and eviction rules in your state. Landlords must legally terminate your tenancy before evicting you.
Each state has its own procedures when it comes to termination notices. Landlords cannot take evictions into their own hands. Fighting a lawsuit against a lawyer maybe challenging, but if you find a lawyer and see if you have a case against your landlord, it will make it a lot easier than you handling it on your own.
If you are a tenant or landlord and need further legal assistance, contact Martin Law Group. We our offering free consultations for the month June.