It's County Court.Paper says Court of Common Pleas Allegheny County... but there is no number or anything to get in contact with the court.
Court of Common Pleas
436 Grant Street Rm 534
Pittsburgh, PA 15227
I've left messages with the attorney.I'm hoping they return the call before the weekend starts.
I wouldn't count on that. The lawyer has no reason to talk to you. You might have to keep calling and hope you catch him when he's in.
I don't have a current lease.My lease expired a few months back from my previous lanlord.
You still get the 90 days.
Well,i never lost the deposit as they just applied it to my Final Bill
One less thing to be concerned with.
Now I've read through this entire stack of papers and i don't understand how i respond to this Ejectment?It says by entering a writen appearence personally or by attorney?
"Appearance" is just a fancy word that means you let the court know that you are in the game by responding to the action filed against you.
Do i have to go all the way down to the Allegheny County Court House to do this?The papers have a e-filed stamp on them.
Unfortunately, I could find nothing on the court website that answers that question.
Filings are generally best made in person at the courthouse. I've always done that to make sure my own copy gets date stamped.
The following article explains the foreclosure and ejectment procedure. Unfortunately, it doesn't address tenants but it does have a couple of paragraphs on the ejectment process.
Also the 90 Day Notice has no date on it.I thought that was kind of strange.
Do you mean it has no deadline date or has no signature date? If any of the other papers are dated (filing date of the ejection action) you probably have 90 days from that date or from the date you were served.
I'm still at a loss as to why the lawsuit was served before the 90 days were up and I haven't found anything online with a format for an answer.
Try posting your question at the following site:
If that doesn't work, see if local Legal Aid will help you.
And if that doesn't work, and you don't want to hire your own lawyer, you'll just have to get creative and write something.