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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.




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Question: Can I be charged rent for the months following eviction until the property ha been rented out the original lease end date?
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Question: My sis has been in my house since 2015 and I moved to CA. I just found out that my landlord served a judgement in my name and evicted her in my name without notifying me. The Property Mgr and the Owner knew I was in CA and said they would put the lease in her name but never did. Since they did not notify me, is this legal?
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Question: I agreed to let two people live with me but they don't pay rent or any bills. I can no longer afford the bills it's them there. They were supposed to leave on the 20th. Now they are leaving windows open increasing my bills. Can I lock them out? They have not received mail.
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Question: x boyfriend has not at my house for other a month. No bills or nothing was in his name, my name only. I own house. He has been gone for over a month. How do I get him to come get the rest of his stuff out of my driveway.
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Question: My ex is remarried an in my home not paying with new husband van I evict them
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