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Had a roommate who skipped out on my was on lease for

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Had a roommate who...

Had a roommate who skipped out on my was on lease for another 2 and a half mos. have his name and phone # how can I find his address to send notice to appear in court

Lawyer's Assistant: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state the property is in?

Franklin TN.

Lawyer's Assistant: What documents or supporting evidence do you have?

I have the lease copy state the length of the lease

Lawyer's Assistant: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?

That is it

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Estate Lawyer: Infolawyer, Attorney replied 3 months ago
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Hello and welcome. I am working on your answer and will be right back!

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Estate Lawyer: Infolawyer, Attorney replied 3 months ago

1. a private investigator

2. facebook information.

3. can use current address of lease as presumption is he would have rent forwarded.

4. inquiry with friends.

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Customer reply replied 3 months ago
do you know an appox charge for a PI to find this info?
Estate Lawyer: Infolawyer, Attorney replied 3 months ago

Normally they charge by the hour, so depends on time spent. I would get quotes to compare. But for your purpose perhaps avoid the cost and use tenancy address, and can always send a courtesy copy by email and online messaging system.

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Estate Lawyer: Infolawyer, Attorney replied 3 months ago

If my reply is fast and acceptable, kindly reply "acceptable"

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Estate Lawyer: Infolawyer, Attorney replied 3 months ago

charges of a PI can be approx $500

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Customer reply replied 3 months ago
what is tenancy address and where do I go to find it?
Estate Lawyer: Infolawyer, Attorney replied 3 months ago

Where you live.

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Estate Lawyer: Infolawyer, Attorney replied 3 months ago

You deliver it by mail and roomate should be having mail forwarded through post office.

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Customer reply replied 3 months ago
is it an office, online service....?
Estate Lawyer: Infolawyer, Attorney replied 3 months ago

No, its where you and roomate have lived.

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Customer reply replied 3 months ago
they won't give me any info I don't already have
Estate Lawyer: Infolawyer, Attorney replied 3 months ago

who wont. not following what more I can answer?

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Estate Lawyer: Infolawyer, Attorney replied 3 months ago

You mail to roomate at his last known address.

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Estate Lawyer: Infolawyer, Attorney replied 3 months ago

If my reples are fast and acceptable, kindly reply "yes"

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Customer reply replied 3 months ago
that would be with me have no idea where he is now that is what I need to find out to send notice to appear in court
Estate Lawyer: Infolawyer, Attorney replied 3 months ago

You do not need to find him. You just need last known address.

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Estate Lawyer: Infolawyer, Attorney replied 3 months ago

Is that clearer?

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Customer reply replied 3 months ago
need to know his address where he lives now, other wise I can not send notice to appear. I can find it through tenancy address?
Estate Lawyer: Infolawyer, Attorney replied 3 months ago
You can use his last known address. That would be the space he rented with you! Please let me know if the reply is acceptable by responding “yes” or “acceptable”
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Estate Lawyer: Infolawyer, Attorney replied 3 months ago
Awaiting your reply, thank you!
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