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WCMH Staff – CHAMPAIGN, ILL. (WCMH) — At a hearing Tuesday afternoon, a man who was kicked out of his house was looking forward to getting back inside.
James Schuler was evicted from his home last month.
„I was hoping to get back inside as soon as possible,“ said Sch우리카지노uler. „I thought at least it could help.“
But the judge refused to let him stay, saying his tenancy wouldn’t allow him to stay on. The judge said Schuler would have been better off moving to Pennsylvan더킹카지노ia or New Jersey.
The real estate attorney says his home is just too close to his neighbors and his property is conside바카라red a historic building. He’s been looking for a new home on weekends but his landlord refused to give him a lease.
„He’s made up some grounds,“ said Schuler.
When Schuler spoke with the Hamilton County Courthouse, he says they told him he would likely have to have a court hearing with the judge to get his rent refund.
„You can understand why he would choose not to live there anymore,“ said Schuler.
The Hamilton County District Attorney’s Office said no other laws prohibit landlords from keeping out tenants who move out in the middle of the month. Schuler said he’s disappointed about his landlord’s refusal.
„I really do, it’s horrible,“ said Schuler. „And I’d hate to see how bad people can get in a bad situation like that.“
Schuler has put together a petition for a judicial hearing, and he’s hoping his neighbors will support him.