Angry Landlords Accuse DCRA of
Washington, DC, May 17, 2010 --(PR.com)--
A new advocacy group headed by Almas J. Sami' and Emilio
Williams are reaching out to District of Columbia property
owners who have been victimized by tenants who use DCRA rules to
avoid paying rent. "Angry Landlord In DC"TM
is a forum where property owners in the DC area can compare
notes and consider possible future class action litigation.
Angry Landlord In DC, www.angrylandlordindc.wordpress.com is looking for stories
from property owners in the DC area who are forced to pay mortgages on their
rental properties because renters are taking advantage of "tenant friendly"
regulations. For instance, a property owner has paid over $30,000 in fines from
DCRA and legal fees, while the tenant managed to forgo paying rent for over four
years because they know their way around laws that are in favor of renters, and
have connections to DCRA employees who are all too willing to walk them through
the process of fighting against landlords. The purpose is to connect with
landlords who have been victimized by the Department of Consumer and Regulatory
Affairs (DCRA) or judges or mediators who don't listen to the complaints of
property owners. It is a double-edged sword in that many renters are not paying
rent, but also because they refuse to leave.
The Organization is looking for property owners who have experienced the
- Lost property or are currently in foreclosure due to non-payment of rent from a
- Lost property because of difficult time evicting tenants who used housing laws
to their benefit.
- Currently in the process of attempting to evict a tenant who refuses to pay.
- Have been advised by a court-appointed mediator or others to give delinquent
tenants a “payoff” to get them to move.
- Interested in joining other property owners in a class action lawsuit against
the District of Columbia.
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