Employment Discrimination, Evictions, and Security Deposits.

by | Mar 26, 2021

March 2021: Ask Angie Edition: Attorney Angie Edmonds answers questions from Georgia residents related to landlord tenant (security deposits), employment discrimination (based on gender), and eviction defense (CDC Eviction Order).

Q1) Can I be evicted during the COVID-19 pandemic? -Jeremy W.

Q2) I moved out of my apartment over three months ago, but I still have not received my security deposit. I really would like to get my $1,500 back. What can I do? -Ashley W.

Q3) I believe that my employer discriminated against me based on my gender. What should I do? -Sarah H.

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