Every landlord has to deal with tenant eviction eventually. There are many reasons to it, the most common being non-payment of rent. Other reasons might include the tenants damaging the property, causing unreasonable disputes, violating the lease agreement, or the possibility that the tenant starts using the property for illegal activities.
Whatever the reason, eviction is not easy, and tenants cannot simply be thrown out. A landlord has to follow some rules before they can legally evict a tenant, or else they may end up facing a lawsuit, a prolonged stay of the tenant, and even fines. Using unlawful means is really out of the question. There are several federal and state laws that a landlord has to consider before they evict a tenant. Here are some tips you should follow when you feel that it is time to evict an unwanted tenant: Continue reading