Judge grants emergency eviction in Concord landlord-tenant dispute
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An emergency eviction granted by a New Hampshire judge will allow snowbirds Sal and Peggy Terassi to return to Concord by week’s end with a place to call home.
The couple paid in advance for a six-month stay at an apartment on North Main Street before leaving for their winter stay in Florida. However, an ongoing landlord-tenant dispute almost prevented the Terassis from being able to reoccupy the residence – a place where they’ve stayed in summers past and left behind personal belongings.
“It is a big burden lifted off of our shoulders, and now we’re going forward with our plans to head north,” Sal Terassi recently told the Monitor. “At least we have a home again, and that’s the way it should have been from the beginning.”