|CALENDAR STATUS: Cancelled|
|Elk Creek Management Company v. Harold Gilbert|
|Supreme Court Courtroom|
|Mandy A Weeks, Edward Johnson and Danielle Lordi on behalf of Harold Gilbert and Melissa Strittmatter|
Max S Taggart, II on behalf of Elk Creek Management Company
Statement of Issues:
|Elk Creek Management Company v. Harold Gilbert (S060187) (A143348) (appeal from Malheur County Circuit Court; opinion reported at 244 Or App 382, 260 P3d 686 (2011), modified on recons, 247 Or App 572, 270 P3d 362 (2012)).|
Defendants Harold Gilbert, et al., have been granted review of a Court of Appeals decision that affirmed a trial court decision rejecting defendants' claim of retaliation under ORS 90.385 and ruling in favor of plaintiff Elk Creek Management Company on plaintiff's claim for forcible entry and detainer (FED).
On review, the issue is:
Must a tenant prove his or her landlord's malevolent intent to successfully assert a retaliation defense under ORS 90.385?
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