I'm confused- are you renting or do you own it? Your co-owner/ roommate cannot evict you if you own the house. EDIT: OK I missed that the house was in his name only. Your 5 day notice WAS your notification. The fact that it came from someone you do not know has nothing to do with this. He obviously hired a lawyer or property manager to handle the eviction for him. That is legal. If you could not contact the company on the notice I'm sure you know how to get a hold of him. You got notice & did not respond so now you are getting evicted. This is what just ignoring that 5 day notcie gets you. No, the cops are not going to do anything. this is a civil matter & not their jurisdiction. His credit score and debt also have NOTHING to do with this or his ability to sue you. All you can do at this point is show up for the hearing.
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