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Cleveland Housing Court has a civil component that hears cases between individuals, corporations and other entities. These cases most often involve landlord/tenant matters Some examples include Forcible Entry and Detainer (evictions), motions to stay evictions, temporary restraining orders for utility shut-off, motions to compel repairs, rent deposits, motions for release of rents, and motions to prohibit re-rental. Other civil actions include foreclosure, receivership, and nuisance abatements.
Many of the litigants who are before Cleveland Housing Court represent themselves, which includes both landlords and/or tenants. A unique part of Housing Court is the role of the Housing Court Specialist. They are court employees who offer information and assistance in housing matters with the City of Cleveland.
What Every Landlord Should Know Workshop-September 20, 2017
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Lead Disclosure Information
Eviction Procedures in Cleveland
Eviction Waste Flyer
Guide To Landlord Tenant Relations
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Move Out Instructions
What Every Landlord Should Know
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