In Chadaga v. Torres, the Pennsylvania Superior Court affirmed an order granting damages and possession to a landlord in an eviction action. The Court ruled that, because the tenant’s objection at trial was not specific, the tenant did not preserve the issue of whether the governor’s moratorium on evictions applied to the case. The Court also held that the moratorium did not apply to this case because eviction was sought for more than just non-payment of rent.