Nonpayment of rent (or “other amounts due”) is the most frequent cause for eviction. Whether the nonpayment is involuntary (such as loss of job or high medical bills) or intentional (withholding the rent due to repair issues), the landlord will almost always win, meaning that the tenant will be evicted. Following are answers to the questions we are asked most often. If the answers don’t quite fit your situation, please call us.
Here are some frequently asked questions concerning evictions for non-payment:
(This information does not apply to mobile home owners)
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