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Old June 4, 2012, 03:51 PM   #89
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Isn't judicial enforcement "state action" and then one could argue that such ion in violation of the covenant is unconstitutional?
The landlord is going to sue you in civil court and ask for the terms of the lease to be enforced.

You signed it, you agreed to it, you will lose if the lease provision does not violate any law.

It is not a criminal matter, but one party asking for help in enforcing a contract.

The same thing would happen if you failed to pay rent.

The landlord starts a civil eviction action against you.
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