Owner Not Liable for Damage Caused to Resident's Property During Eviction

Facts: A resident was evicted from her unit by a city marshal pursuant to a warrant of eviction obtained by the PHA. Her belongings were removed from the unit by the marshal, and were stored in a storage facility.

She was later restored to possession of the unit, and her belongings were returned, but some of her belongings were missing or had been damaged. The resident sued the PHA for the damages, and the PHA asked to the court dismiss the complaint for failure to state a cause of action. The court granted that request. The resident appealed.

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