Like recent questions, this is about a lease/employment contract. I spoke to an attorney in the area. He didn't spend much time looking over the contract. But, given what I explained, he said that we should have had an attorney at JP court. He said the eviction should have been thrown out, since the document was an employment contract.It's a staging agreement. Homeowner -> Staging Company -> Contracted Stagers. So the attorney said that we could have the eviction overturned in district court, but then there would be a hearing on our alleged breach of the "employment contract." (By the way, we paid a monthly "participation fee" to live in the house and do the job)I am mainly wondering about the Staging Company's standing now. The home was taken off the market while the Staging Company was communicating their request for us to move out. Would this not somehow nullify their agreement with the homeowner, and so then kill their standing in the case?
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Well, honestly, it's a different questions. It's regarding the company's standing in the case, something that I haven't addressed here yet. So, yes, a response would be great.
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