The act of a landlord in ejecting or attempting to eject a tenant from the rented premises, or in refusing to renew a lease, because of the tenant'scomplaints or participation in a tenant's union or in similar activities with which the landlord is not in accord.
In some states, such retaliation will bar the landlord from enforcing normal eviction remedies against the tenant.
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