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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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California Eviction Law Is Pushing Working Families Out Of Their Neighborhood...
Los Angeles Times California eviction law is pushing working families out of their neighborhoods or worse onto the streets Los Angeles Times Every weekday, poor people in Los Angeles are herded by the dozens into a downtown courtroom so they can be evicted. The process goes something like this: A judge calls the day39s roster of cases, and landlord and tenant attorneys start haggling over Landlords with lead tainted units could lose rights to evict under Maryland billBaltimore Sun LEAD PAINT Bill would strip eviction rights of some landlordsFox Baltimore Maryland Bill Would Strip Eviction Rights of Some LandlordsWCBC Radio all 62 news articles raquo

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ARCHITECT Magazine Evictions, Exhibited ARCHITECT Magazine On April 14, the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C., opens a yearlong exhibition stemming from the research of Matthew Desmond, the author of the Pulitzer Prizewinning Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City Crown, 2016 and the and more raquo

Kirsty Sharman, Famous For Ambulance Note, Gets Eviction Notice After Neighbo...
International Business Times Kirsty Sharman, Famous For Ambulance Note, Gets Eviction Notice After Neighbor Complaints International Business Times The 26 year old British woman who made headlines in February for leaving an quotabusivequot note on the windshield of an ambulance parked outside her home has now received an eviction notice following hundreds of neighbor complaints. Kirsty Sharman was 39Nightmare neighbour39 who left abusive note on ambulance evicted from her streetMetro 39Britain39s most hated woman39 gets EVICTED weeks after abusing paramedicsDaily Star 39Nightmare neighbour39 who left abusive note on ambulance is evicted from her homeITV News The Sun all 13 news articles raquo

Evicted And Nowhere To Go: Single Mom Struggling To Make Ends Meet Faces An U...
News 5 Cleveland Evicted and nowhere to go: Single mom struggling to make ends meet faces an uncertain reality News 5 Cleveland Editor39s note: This is the latest report from our Cleveland Abandoned series. Right now, people across our area face a sad reality: Eviction. Some renters have no regard for the property, but others face unseen struggles and are desperate to hang on to

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