Landlord retaliation

By Deana Harris

the landlord fails to supply any essential service, the lack of which poses an imminent and serious threat to the tenant’s health, safety or property after a complaint was made by myself regarding my tenant rights.  This is according to the Oregon statute dealing with landlord retaliation.  (OR 90.385)

Edited on: Tuesday, June 19th, 2012 1:10 pm

One Response to “Landlord retaliation”

My response: (We welcome stories, examples, explanations, answers and a touch of your personality)

Agent Hammond

April 21st, 2008 12:29 pm

I’m not exactly sure what your question is. I ran a search and didn’t find any complaint based on your name. If you filed a complaint with the RPA, you are protected against retaliation from your landlord. If at any time you feel your landlord is retaliating against you, just because you filed a complaint with the RPA, you can seek damages. I would suggest contacting your investigating agent through the respond option on your complaint.


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