Answer To A Residential Eviction | Pdf Fpdf Doc Docx | Oregon

 Oregon /  Local County /  Jackson /  Circuit Court /
Answer To A Residential Eviction | Pdf Fpdf Doc Docx | Oregon

Answer To A Residential Eviction

This is a Oregon form that can be used for Circuit Court within Local County, Jackson.

Alternate TextLast updated: 10/2/2014

Included Formats to Download
$ 13.99

Description

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR THE COUNTY OF JACKSON Case No: _________________ Plaintiff (Landlord or Agent) v. ANSWER TO A RESIDENTIAL EVICTION Defendant (Tenant or Occupant) I deny that the plaintiff-landlord is entitled to possession because: The plaintiff-landlord did not make repairs. List any repair problems: The claimed damage or violation has been corrected and correction is allowed by law. The plaintiff-landlord is trying to evict me because of my complaints (or the eviction is otherwise retaliatory). The plaintiff-landlord is trying to evict me because of my status as a victim of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking. The eviction notice is legally incorrect. Explain List any other defenses: Additional pages attached I ask that the plaintiff-landlord not be awarded possession of the premises and that I be awarded my costs and fees, lawyer fees (if any, under ORS 90.255), and a prevailing party fee under ORS 20.190. Certificate of Document Preparation. Check all that apply: I chose this form for myself and completed it without paid help. A legal help organization helped me choose or complete this form, but I did not pay money to anyone. I paid (or will pay) for help choosing, completing, or reviewing this form. I certify that the allegations and factual assertions in this answer are true to the best of my knowledge. Signature of Tenant 1 Address of Tenant Name (printed) City/State/ZIP Date Phone Signature of Tenant 2 Address of Tenant Email of Tenant 1 * Name (printed) City/State/ZIP Email of Tenant 2 * Date Phone *By providing my email address I consent to receive notifications from the court by email instead of or in addition to other methods. I understand that if my email changes or if I choose to withdraw consent, I must notify the court in writing. FED ­ Answer - Page 1 of 1 eForm (8/2012) Public FED Residential Answer Jackson Case No: 12/21/12 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com

Our Products