Pro Forma Ex Parte Eviction

It's been a hectic week, since we received (on 2022Feb09 @0946EST) an Endorsed Eviction Order from the Landlord & Tenant Board. Apparently the Landlord & Tenant Board held an ex-parté Eviction Hearing re David Bayles' Complaint on October 12th, 2021 despite my having submitted on Oct5 a Rescheduling Request the hearing to no earlier than February 12th, 2022.

As specified in my commentary in Endorsed Eviction Order the "order" is pure and utter bullshit, and for some reason I am being threatened with forcible removal beginning Monday Feb 21st, 2022 and further extorted an additional sum of $10,681.82 under the new provisions of the RTA:

Which actually renders the AUTOMATIC Right to Appeal as the order is, on its face or prima facie, unreasonable. We would be entitled to Injunctive Relief in the nature of an Interim Stay upon Application for Judicial Review. That however, takes money and time to proceed with the process.

Considering that the Reasons admit that the Order was heard ex parté, that should allow me to submit an  Motion to Set Aside an Ex Parte Order.

And then, if that motion were to be capriciously denied on account of the motion not being labeled a Pro Forma Ex Parte hearing, then one could make a Request to Review Order, and further require an interim stay in the interests of procedural fairness and to not unreasonably or unfairly disadvantage the Appellant.

Now, just wait to see these pieces of shit (Medallion Corporation, Sherbourne Place, Cohen Highley LLP, et al.) try to drag us out of our apartment on Monday, February 21st, 2022 or immediately thereafter (capricious acts of insolence are par for the course with Sherbourne Die Statte).

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