Tag Archives: eviction

Trial Success: Landlord’s Right to Possession Secured

Recently, Attorney Murphy represented a landlord at trial in the Boston Housing Court. Attorney Murphy counseled the landlord through the eviction process and secured the landlord’s right to possession as well as back rent. Originally, the landlord attempted to evict … Continue reading

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Aggressively Defending LGBT and Minority Tenant Rights

Last week, Attorney Murphy successfully defended two black, lesbian tenants against their landlord.  The landlord told the women on their second day in the apartment that they had to move out or face eviction.  Attorney Murphy’s clients believed the landlord … Continue reading

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Advocating between Landlords and Tenants

Yesterday, Attorney Murphy appeared in Cambridge District Court on behalf of a tenant facing eviction from her apartment of 15 years.  The tenant owed over $6500.00 in back rent.  Unfortunately, the tenant injured herself and has been unable to work … Continue reading

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Trial Success: Tenant’s Housing Rights Protected

This week, Attorney Murphy appeared in Chelsea District Court to defend his client, a tenant, at an eviction trial.  The tenant’s landlord filed an eviction action based on a violation of lease terms and sought $17,000.00 in damages.  Attorney Murphy … Continue reading

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Trial Success: Landlord’s Contractual Rights Protected

Last week, Attorney Murphy’s client received a favorable judgment from a bench trial in Boston’s Housing Court.  Attorney Murphy’s client, a landlord, sought eviction of his tenant after nearly six months of nonpayment of rent.  Upon assessing the merits of … Continue reading

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