Can my attorney prevent my landlord from talking to me if we are involved in litigation?
02/15/2007 - Landlord Tenant - State: CA #709
We sent our landlord a formal email telling him that we have hired an attorney and that our attorney has instructed us to have no further communication with him in any manner. He received our email then a half hour later turned around and called us 2 times, sent us 3 emails telling us that he will be expecting the rent on the first, that HE WILL be coming over on Wednesday, etc. What is our legal right if he won't respect our attorneys wishes?
You do not have to communicate with your landlord. However, unless your attorney gets some sort of gag order, he can not prevent the landlord from talking to you.
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02/15/2007 - Category: Landlord Tenant - State: CA #709
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