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Answered 1 day ago by Patrick Johnson
You can sue him in General Sessions Court (small claims court). Be sure that you take pictures to take to court to show the judge the problems.
Answered 1 week ago by Michael D. Siegel
If you voluntarily left, you really have no case. You might be able to sue for some back rent, but it is unclear.
Answered 1 week ago by R. Sam Price
You must first send a demand letter, then you can sue in small claims court. You can serve him in another state by hiring a process server.
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