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Wrongful eviction occurs when a tenant, who was occupying the property, is evicted when their lease was still valid and suffers damage as a result. If a tenant is wrongfully evicted, they may sue the landlord and recover their damages, such as the cost of moving, the cost of the replacement lease, lost wages, etc. This is brought as a separate lawsuit after the eviction.
If you have been sued for wrongfully evicting a tenant, we recommend contacting an attorney to help you with the suit.