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Eviction

Eviction is the legal process a landlord uses to forcibly remove a tenant from the landlord's property.  Usually eviction is used when a tenant is in arrears on rent or is damaging the property.

In some jurisdictions, the landlord can evict a tenant without cause with short notice while others require reasonable cause and longer notice or even court order.

In most rental situations the initial agreement is in the form of a lease for a certain number of months.  After the term of the lease has expired, the lease usually reverts to a month-to-month agreement.  The laws concerning acceptable lease terms, notifications and eviction procedures are complex and can vary widely from State to State.

 

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Eviction By Water Torture Village Voice
Village Voice Eviction by Water Torture Village Voice Tenants at 1231 Broadway rally on Tuesday, January 16, to demand that the city force repairs to their building, which has suffered from insufficient heat and running water for years. Photography by Jackson Krule. On the night of January 7, as

Police Say Man Facing Eviction Killed Texas Landlady, Self Texas U.S. News...
Police Say Man Facing Eviction Killed Texas Landlady, Self Texas U.S. News World Report IRVING, Texas AP Investigators say a man facing eviction from a Dallas area home for delinquent rent was found dead a day after being sought in the slaying of his landlady. and more raquo

Denver Has New Plan To Help Renters Facing Eviction CBS Local
CBS Local Denver Has New Plan To Help Renters Facing Eviction CBS Local Stories like hers are why Denver city councilman Paul Kashmann says council members plan to launch an eviction defense program. As we all know the cost of living in Denver continues to skyrocket and a lot of good people are simply unable to make their

Murray Landlord Canapost Get Eviction To Stick For His Deadbeat Tenants KUTV...
KUTV 2News Murray landlord can39t get eviction to stick for his deadbeat tenants KUTV 2News Officers are back, again, to enforce an eviction of some deadbeats who aren39t paying their landlord. That landlord is Rodger Uhrhahn who says that when a young couple moved in last November, they cut him a check for a deposit as well as first month39s

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