The Phoenix lawyer who filed a civil case against a Phoenix-area rental property owner for allegedly violating the Tenant Rights Act is getting a new lawyer.
Attorney Craig D. Johnson, who has been representing the property owner in a similar case, has retained Phoenix lawyer Thomas A. Rios, Jr., and has launched a civil lawsuit.
Johnson filed the lawsuit against T. Rio in March.
It claims the property, which is owned by the owners of a number of properties in Phoenix, has been in violation of the law by refusing to rent to tenants with a legal case.
The property owners have denied violating the law and filed a motion to dismiss the case, claiming it is a “frivolous” attempt to circumvent the Tenants Rights Act.
The Tenants Rental Act says that landlords are obligated to comply with the law in the case of a rental dispute.
Johnson filed a similar lawsuit in June and was granted an injunction against the property owners, but a judge dismissed that case on June 20, 2016.
Rio lawsuit claims that in 2015, a Phoenix resident, who requested anonymity because she is a tenant, discovered that T. T. is refusing to allow her to rent her unit to a tenant who has a legal claim against the landlord.
According to the complaint, a tenant filed a legal complaint with the Phoenix Police Department about T.T. for allegedly not allowing her to use her apartment for rent, which violated the Tenancy Rights Act of 2016.
After the complaint was filed, T.M. received a phone call from T.A. and T.G. T., a property manager, who stated that T was not obligated to rent tenants the same apartment that a tenant with a valid case filed.
The complaint alleges that T has denied tenants who filed the legal complaint that they can use their apartment for rental purposes.
The Complaint alleges that when the complaint came to T.S.’s attention, T did not take the complaint seriously and did not investigate the claim.
TS has also denied that TT has been violating the tenants rights.
In response to the lawsuit, T Rios filed a complaint against T Rio on July 6.
The lawsuit alleges that the property manager told the T RIO tenant that if she did not comply with T Ria’s request for her property to be turned over to T, T would not be able to continue renting her apartment.
The complaint alleges T Riros has not provided any evidence to support the claim of violation of tenants rights or T Riatio’s claims that he has complied with the Tenents Rights Act, and that the Complaint is “false, misleading, and vexatious.”
The lawsuit claims T. M.T., a tenant in the same Phoenix apartment as T R.I., has had no opportunity to review the complaint before filing her complaint, which she says was “deliberately malicious, malicious, and maliciously defamatory” and has caused her to “feel that the entire matter was orchestrated and fabricated by T R and T RIA.”
The complaint also claims that T R, T S, and T M. T are acting in concert to avoid responsibility for T R’s conduct.
Johnson’s client has filed a lawsuit against all four of T Rians landlords and has filed another lawsuit against the owners.
Johnson said he plans to continue representing tenants in the lawsuit.
He said the next step is to file a motion for preliminary injunction, a temporary restraining order that can be used to prevent the property from turning over tenants to T R until T R has resolved the dispute.