Who do I contact if I'm having problems with my landlord/tenant? Can the city help?

¿A quién contacto si tengo problemas con mi propietario/inquilino? ¿Me puede ayudar la ciudad?

Answer: If this is a typical landlord/tenant problem, you may want to contact an attorney or legal aid.  If it is a safety or health issue you should contact the city building inspector. You can always contact the Hermiston Police and give a brief rundown as to what the problem is, and they will give you a route to take such as contacting an attorney or the building department, or whatever department may handle that type of problem.

 

Respuesta: Si se trata de un típico problema de propietario / inquilino, es posible que desee ponerse en contacto con un abogado o ayuda legal. Si se trata de un problema de seguridad o de salud debe comunicarse con el inspector de edificios de la ciudad. Siempre puede comunicarse también con la Policía de Hermiston y darle una breve descripción de lo que es el problema. La policía de Hermiston le darán una ruta en cómo puede ponerse en contacto con un abogado o con el departamento de construcción, o que  departamento puede manejar ese tipo de problema.

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