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It is illegal for your landlord to turn off the electricity and lock you out.
You need to follow the appropriate protocol to get an eviction order from the court, even though it may not be put into effect until the pandemic is over
They cannot evict you without a court order. If you haven't yet, you should apply for RDP housing
The Rental Housing Tribunal hears and resolves disputes between landlords and tenants.
Ask the local municipal offices if they can help your mother to acquire title deeds after her 20-year occupation.
You can't be evicted without a court order.
Yes, if they apply for an attachment order
They might need legal assistance
Under ordinary circumstances, no one can be evicted without a court order.
You need a lawyer to help resolve this situation