Limbo Land 

A lingering court case holds tenants hostage to the whims of their slumlord

It's been 10½ months since Humboldt County Superior Court Judge Dale Reinholtsen deemed the condition of six rental properties owned by Floyd and Betty Squires so bad they constituted "a substantial endangerment" to residents and the public, requiring immediate takeover by…

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