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Rasavage is facing eviction eviction with just days notice. A Douglas County judge acting on a complaint by management has given him just until Monday to get out.
Nevada law leaves such decisions up to local jurisdictions and offers little protection for tenants.
The state housing division tells us someone can only be evicted for cause and it appears management here has found that cause, casting him as a problem tenant,
responsible for disorderly behavior.
In fact, the manager and maintenance man say they fear for their safety,
and filed for and got temporary restraining orders against him.
Rasavage denies he’s a danger to anyone. He says he’s being punished for raising concerns. Other tenants have written letters supporting his account. As he leaves he says he’s worried about them.
“I asked the owner how come you don’t want to organize a community meeting. What’s wrong with getting the community together and make this a safer place. His answer was that he didn’t care.”