Kahler v. Eytcheson, 2012 Ohio 208 (Ohio Ct. App. 2012)

(defendant was renting a home from plaintiff and fell behind on rental payments; plaintiff brought a forcible entry and detainer to remove the defendant; defendant argued the agreement was for a contract sale of the property; after trial, magistrate court held the agreement between the parties was for a lease with an option to purchase and awarded back rental payments to the plaintiff; defendant’s fifteen assignments of error on appeal were all found to be without merit; magistrate opinion affirmed).

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