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I filed an UD and I go to court next friday. Their answer is they will pay when the funds become available. They will lose their section 8 if the eviction is granted for nonpayment of rent. They are asking the judge to dismiss the eviction.

From what I understand that is neither a legal defense or the other defense (the work escapes me). What can I expect in court from the judge. Everyone would be glad to pay when they get the funds.
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You can expect that the judge will try to figure out whether the matter can be settled. If not, then the judge will set a trial date no more than 20 days from the date of your pretrial hearing.

Note: I trust that in addition to providing three-day notice, you have also notified the Public Housing Authority in writing of your unlawful detainer action against the Section 8 tenant, pursuant to 24 CFR § 982.310(e)(2). Otherwise, the case may be dismissed for failure to provide proper notice.

 

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