Property Manager Had “Corporate Authority” to Evict Under Agreement

August 29, 2010
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Facts: A doctor rented space in a medical office building owned by a real estate corporation. The corporation sued the doctor for nonpayment of rent. The building's property management company notified the doctor that he had 60 days in which to vacate the space; otherwise, the building's property manager would evict him. When the doctor refused to move out of the building at the end of the 60-day period, the corporation asked the trial court for an eviction hearing.

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