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I am sorry to read about your difficulties.
In what state do you reside?
Thank you for the information:
I live in Glendale, Ca. Another thing I am unsure of: I know nothing really can stop the eviction but if setting aside the judgement is an option and our side gets heard what could possibly happen?
Response 1: Stipulation of Judgment can be set aside and the eviction stayed.
I have viewed the attached images and you should not live in that condition. The Landlord is not entitled to rent under the circumstance. You should contact the City's Sanitary Department to inspect the premises. You should also file counterclaim against the Landlord.
Or should we just leave the stip agreement as is, and just sue them in unlimited civil court for all the damages which include everything I stated above, the stress caused by this management company resulting in two trips to the ER which had me in ICU for 4 days and 12 days in a room, and this last time which consisted of a 2 day stay? I just want to believe that our judicial system isn't as unfair and unjust and always in favor of the party with the most money.
Response 2: No, you should not. You should seek to have the stipulation set aside by filing a Motion to Set Aside. You should also file Counterclaim against the Landlord for your damages. You can obtain blank Motion forms at the Courthouse in the Clerk's Office or online: