Did receiver have standing in nonpayment case?

Position:EVICTION
 
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Landlord's receiver sued to evict tenant for nonpayment of rent. The receiver and tenant signed a settlement agreement in court, giving tenant 30 days to pay back rent. Tenant later asked the court to vacate the agreement and dismiss the case. She claimed that she had defenses she was unaware of when she signed the stipulation. Among other things, tenant claimed that the receiver didn't have standing to sign the settlement agreement. The court ruled for tenant in part. It didn't dismiss, but vacated, the settlement and reopened the case...

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