Where can I find an eviction attorney for my Landlord?
My favorite and most reliable way to find the right eviction attorney is to go to your local courthouse during a landlord – tenant court session and sit there listening to the cases.
Can a landlord help you with an eviction?
Some landlords even ask their other tenants or their unqualified brother in law for advice. The sad fact is most landlords DO NOT even have an eviction attorney to turn to when tenant problems arise. They’d rather ask their friends, neighbors, and auto mechanics for advice. Most are too afraid to employ a lawyer because of the expense.
What do you need to know about the eviction process?
The eviction process typically involves many legal steps with strict requirements for both the landlord and tenant that vary depending on the jurisdiction where the eviction takes place. A landlord needs a valid and specific reason to evict a tenant. Eviction can also be used to remove tenants from commercial rental properties.
What happens if a tenant ignores an eviction notice?
If they continue to ignore the landlord’s requests, then the landlord will now be permitted to file the eviction notice with a court. Once the eviction notice is filed with a local court, then the clerk will send a summons to the tenant and also provide the landlord with a court date for a hearing.
What are eviction laws?
Notice for Termination Without Cause. A landlord cannot end a tenancy early without cause. If the landlord does not have cause for an eviction case, then the landlord must wait until the end of the lease or rental period before asking or expecting the tenant to move.
What is an eviction notice?
An eviction notice, or Notice of Eviction, is a formal written statement from a landlord to a tenant that informs the tenant of one of two things: The Tenant must vacate their rental property by a certain date; or. The Tenant must resolve an issue (or issues) by a certain date or vacate.
What is a tenant lawyer?
A tenant lawyer will represent you in any disputes you have with your landlord. Your lawyer can also review your lease with you to make sure you understand and agree with it.