An Expired Execution Can't Be Re-Issued In A Summary Process (Eviction) Case

Posted by Marco Sandonato | Mar 19, 2024 | 0 Comments

An expired execution can't be re-issued in a Summary Process case, the Appeals Court decided. SeeFort Point Investments, LLC v. Kirunge-Smith, et al.,

Note: This happens quite a bit. Sometimes the landlord is still working with the tenant after getting the Execution and isn't really paying attention to the date on the Execution. For example, I work with a lot of conservatorships who, after they get an execution, will continue to work amiably with the tenant who is usually a long time resident of the property. Be careful. 

Fort Point Investments, LLC v. Kirunge-Smith, et al.,

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Marco Sandonato a native of Massachusetts, focuses his practice on all aspects of Massachusetts landlord tenant law, business law, and real estate law.   Marco was admitted to the practice of law in Massachusetts in 2008. Marco received his Juris Doctor from New England School of Law while simul...


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