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There are four Common Reasons you can Legjjy Evict a Tenant
1. Tenant Does NOT Pay Rent
If your tenant signed a lease or verbally agreed to pay you rent and they fail to do
so you can legally evict them.
If your tenant is late on rent you should send them a Late Rent Notice and retain a
copy for yourself. This way, should your case end up in court, you have a paper
trail that proves you’ve given the tenant proper legal notice,
If your tenant pays you directly rather than depositing money in your bank, you
should always give your tenant a signed Receipt. This way, should your case end
up in court, you can accurately prove how much rent and late charges the tenant
legally owes you.
2. Tenant Violates Lease
A signed lease is a legal contract between landlord and tenant that spells out in
writing the temis and conditions of tenancy If tenant does NOT abide by these
agreed upon rules, you can legally evict them
For Example, if your lease has a “No Pets clause and you discover that your
tenant has a cat or dog. you can legally evict them.
Another Example: your lease has a no subletting clause and you find out your
tenant has moved other tenants into your rental
Landlords that do not use leases are at a great disadvantage because violations of
verbal rental agreements are really hard to prove in court.
As a landlord you should always use a lease and retain an original signed copy.
This way. should your case end up in court; you have a written document that
proves the tenant has violated the terms and conditions of tenancy.
3. Tenant Damages Property
You have a legal right to evict destructive tenants.
If your tenant causes damage to your unit, such as holes in the v.’alls or broken
doors and windows you should protect your asset and commence eviction
As a landlord you should make sure you have proper insurance coverage in place
prior to renting. You should have at a minimum a DP-1 Non-Owner Occupied
Landlord Policy, so if tenant causes extensive damage (over 6,000) you can hire a
public adjuster and file an insurance claim, under the covered peril of vandalism.
4. Tenant Uses Property illegally
If your tenant uses your property for illegal purposes such as selling drugs or
prostitution you have a legal and moral right to evict them. You should do this
immediately because in some states law enforcement have the right to seize your
property if it is being used to conduct illegal activities.
There are Two Types of Evictions
1. Nonpayment Eviction: Pay You Stay”
Landlord suing for back rent.
After you commence this eviction you should NOT accept any partial payments
from tenant otherwise the judge may force you to restart process with new rent
When You Win: Judge will grant a Judgment of Possession & Warrant of Eviction,
as veIl as money judgment.
This type of eviction is best used by landlords who use signed leases that can
accurately prove how much rent and late charges the tenant legally owes.
2. Holdover Eviction: “Get Out!’Landlord suing for possession NOT money.
When You Win: Judge will grant a Judgment of Possession & Warrant of Eviction
This type of eviction is best used by landlords who do not use signed leases and
cannot accurately prove how much rent and late charges the tenant legally owes.
There are Two Ways to Evict
1. Pro Se: A landlord tiles all eviction paperwork and is self-represented in
landlord tenant court. Landlords that own their holdings in a corporate entity
should be aware that in some states judges require that corporations MUST
be represented by legal counsel and Pro Se Representation is not an
option. Also. if your rental is being managed by a professional property manager self-representation is usually not allowed in landlord tenant court.
2. Hire Attorney: A landlord retains a lawyer who files all eviction paperwork
and represents them in landlord tenant court. The attorney is responsible for
hiring a process server and tilling out & tiling Nonpayment and or Holdover
petition and rent demand notice and attending all court appearances.
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