Evicted: horror stories from recently ousted renters

EVICTED

The dreaded N12 and N13 eviction notices are supposed to be used by landlords who want to sell, move in or renovate. But in this overheated, low-vacancy market, unscrupulous owners often use them to force tenants out and raise the rent. Five horror stories from recently ousted renters

Interviews by June Jang| Photography by Vanessa Heins
| August 7, 2019

TALES FROM THE WRONGFULLY EVICTED

Evicted: horror stories from recently ousted renters

Part 1 Aurora Brown, actor and TV writer, evicted in 2017

Evicted: horror stories from recently ousted renters

Part 2 Bill Goddard, retired engineer, evicted in 2019

Evicted: horror stories from recently ousted renters

Part 3 Rachel Guest, content strategist at a start-up, evicted in 2017 and 2019

Evicted: horror stories from recently ousted renters

Part 4 Mike Carter, actor and photographer, evicted in 2017 and 2018

Evicted: horror stories from recently ousted renters

Part 5 Boni Heward, retired lab technician, evicted in 2018

 

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