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Eviction Law

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An eviction, also called unlawful detainer or summary process, is the legal process and landlord takes to remove a tenant from the property. There are several steps a landlord must take to successfully evict a tenant. An landlord can only evict a tenant for nonpayment of rent or for violating the terms of a lease. There are several things to keep in mind during the eviction process.


Notice to Quit

Security Deposit

Multiple Tenant Issues

Right of Entry

Reasonable Accommodation

Quiet Enjoyment

Self-Help Evictions

Eviction Procedures

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