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Re: LL's Attorney tells Tenant : "You Can Drop Dead!"

Posted by satori on March 07, 1999 at 16:48:32:

In Reply to: LL's Attorney tells Tenant : "You Can Drop Dead!" posted by Angry Tenant on March 05, 1999 at 11:59:40:

Sure you can go to the Bar association but keep in mind that 95% of all
complaints for attorney misconduct bought to the attention of the bar
are thrown out of court. Try joining and organization Like HALT in Washington DC
, they work on just this topic.Why not do what he would do like if he the lawyer
was assulted by words or deeds sue him in court. I think its called
harassment. You can file claims pro se (without and attorney), and there
are books out there on how to sue pro se

: Where: just after a Housing Court case, right in the hallway just outside the courtroom doors after LL's case was vacated.

: Is this HOSTILE treatment?

: What recourse does a tenant have?
: Question: if this same attorney represents LL in another case, can tenant ask that he be declared hostile and barred from representing LL in a possible future legal proceeding?
: Question: are there other remedies, e.g., New York Bar Association, to appeal to for "unprofessional conduct" or more serious recriminations?

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