New Legal precedent for how to deliver Eviction Notices
Mr. Busch successfully argued a case in the Oregon Court of Appeals that helped expand the way in which eviction notices could be served on tenants, setting new legal precedent.
In that case, the tenants in an extended stay hotel were actively avoiding the landlord whenever the hotel's employees tried to serve them with an eviction notice.
Mr. Busch convinced the court that under the circumstances, the landlord adequately served the notice when the tenants were in their room, the notice was slipped under the door, and the hotel employees loudly knocked and announced that the tenants had been served. This case remains the law today.