The last thing that a tenant wants to see is the dreaded eviction letter. If a tenant receives an eviction letter, it means that the landlord is trying to begin eviction proceedings against them although it rarely means that the tenant has the leave the property immediately. This article will try to explain the process of an eviction that only just starts with the deliverance of an eviction letter.
Notice to quit or notice to evict – eviction letter – The “eviction letter” is actually also known as a notice to quite or a notice to evict. It is a preliminary document or letter that is sent out by the landlord to the tenant. This eviction letter will need to state the reason why the eviction is being sought. For example, an eviction letter may be sent out by a landlord when they do not want to renew a lease contract or when the tenant has not paid rent despite several requests. There are an umpteen other reasons for a Continue reading
Eviction Proceedings and the Consequences of an Eviction
An eviction is a major disaster as far as the tenant is concerned. This article will briefly explain the significance and consequences of an eviction while it will also list out the general procedures for an eviction in the U.S.A. It will also briefly discuss illegal evictions that are actually quite common in the U.S
Consequences of an eviction – Eviction – Tenants should try to avoid being evicted at all costs as an eviction is a black mark that will permanently stay on their record. It is only natural to assume that tenants are tenants because they cannot afford to buy a home of their own and an eviction order will make it very difficult for tenants to be able to rent a property again. This is because landlords are very strict about screening their tenants and will instantly reject a rental application if they find that the tenant has been evicted Continue reading
Eviction Law – An Introduction
An eviction process does not necessarily require a tenant to be forcibly removed from a property. Generally, an eviction is a process that is achieved with a lot of paperwork that will have to be routed by the court that will follow the eviction law set by the state. Every state in the U.S. has a very thorough eviction law which will give the tenant a good chance to avoid the eviction process or at least buy themselves some time before being forced out of a property. This article will quickly summarize how eviction law works in general.
Reasons for eviction – eviction law – A landlord can only evict a tenant for certain select reasons. The most common reason that will bring eviction law into play is nonpayment of rent. Other common reasons are noisy and unruly behavior, illegal activities and harassment of neighbors. In any case, the landlord will have Continue reading