Thank you SO MUCH for responding! I will submit satisfaction of good advice, for surety!
OK ... As far as the post-eviction lawsuit ...Although I devised that it would be the best remedy for the wrong, it was filed, paid for and based on violations of rights that belonged to my now husband ... in his own rights, on his lease, and that remained the case regardless of me, however, because I was involved, and an underlying factor to the property manager's unlawful causation of the wrong, I was named in the affirmative case my husband filed after all. This was done a year before the eviction against him had begun -- at the time, he was the only person on the lease, the "Guest" issue had already been compromised before (enough that it was NO good cause for the notices to cure we got from the property manager before and after his wrong), and he was current with the rent.
I was in a different apartment when I was evicted. A few months after we filed the suit (with an attorney) we got married and they were forced to add me onto my husbands lease - which I understood to cancel out their "right not to sue" provisions in their stipulated judgment with me.
To get to the bottom of it all ... we are desperately seeking measures whereby we can counter-execute on the residual lower court judgment and dismantle the landlord's attorneys, who, after our attorney left us at the stand on the day of their limited case's trial - maintain an unseemly stranglehold over us - and our unlimited suit.
SF 628975, 505599, 638699 - please let us know if you'd take a huge percentage of representation - even just limited scope - over further incidental advice - we are determined in our hopes to terminate litigation and slap this tyrannical party, and their insurance company funding all of this cruelty - with the tab, the finger and the boot!
Otherwise, you will be considered fully for your online help!
PS - Resorting to law of equity after getting rooted in our suit, I proceeded to assert acquired rights by recording pendency of action, title and completion notices with the assessor recorder - and those documents were accepted and returned, which I understand to be the equivalent of ownership rights over the transferor creditors. We anticipate moving the matter forward with bona fide selling power. We hope it may motivate someone to assume power of attorney for us in order to follow through with affirmations of the county recorder.