Ask the judge to order your landlord to stop doing things that are illegal - like locking you out, shutting off your utilities, refusing to make emergency repairs, and other things that stop you from feeling like your home is your own. This last is called, "Interfering with your right to quiet enjoyment."
The name of the form is VERIFIED COMPLAINT AND MOTIONS FOR TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER AND PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION FOR PROTECTION FROM UNLAWFUL EVICTION, UTILITY TERMINATION, OR BREACH OF QUIET ENJOYMENT G.L. c. 186, §14
The public can call the Helpline to ask general questions about their civil and criminal cases and help them navigate the court system while the court system remains closed to the public except for emergency matters. The Helpline will be staffed from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
For emergency matters, court users should first call their local court Clerk's or Register's Offices. Contact numbers for individual courts and offices can be found online on the Courthouse Locator page. Emergency matters include: emergency protection and harassment prevention orders; arraignments of new arrests; bail reviews; dangerousness hearings; mental health commitment orders; care and protection orders; and other matters. Each department of the Trial Court issued Standing Orders that contain full lists of emergency matters.