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Evictions

Evictions happen quickly; find out what an eviction action is, how it is started and what you can and cannot do about it before the court is involved.

by: Community Legal Services - Central Office

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Question: I agreed to lease my condo to a women and her two small children for $600. a month with a $400. deposit. She gave me $310. to hold the condo. I mailed her the lease for her to sign and never received it back. She has been in the condo for 2 months now and has only paid $300. towards the rent and deposit. I place an eviction notice on her door as she will not answer her phone. She responded see you in court. What can I do?
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Question: Rent was raised and pet deposit applied after lease expired. What is the process of eviction with no lease?
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Question: Can my landlord evict myself or my girlfriend, because my girlfriend has been living with me but is not on the lease, even though the landlord has been aware of it since she moved in 6 months ago?
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Question: What are the grounds for a tenant to be given a 5 day eviction notice?
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Question: A room in our home was rented on a month-to-month basis. The 1st month was a trial period to see if they were a good "fit." The man intimidated a disabled female in the home and verbally assaulted her the following day (at which time they were given 10 days to vacate), they were caught smoking marijuana in the home (given a verbal warning), their dog bit someone (didn't break skin just bruising and swelling), caught smoking a second time - told to leave immediately and made threats of imminent harm. Have not returned to claim possessions as agreed and claim we owe them money. What do I do?
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