ANSWERS: 3
  • Do you have any reason to believe that the son is not authorized to evict? If not, yes.
  • it the landlord has authorized the son to act on his behalf, he does not have to notify you that the son is acting on his behalf. It is the same as the landlord evicting you, using the son as his agent. If you don't think the landlord has authorized this, contact him for verification. The landlord's signature must appear on the eviction notice.
  • not that i know of

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