October 7, 2022

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Burning Up A Tenant

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The plaintiff rented a home from the defendant. She says the home caught on fire and ruined all her belongings, but it started from an electrical fire. She claims the landlord won’t pay her back for her property that was destroyed, so she’s suing for the cost of belongings, pain and suffering, and the remainder of her security deposit. The defendant argues the fire was not electrical. He says the plaintiff stopped paying rent while he was in the process of evicting her

Case: 25-234

Source: The People’s Court

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