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Are you being evicted? Did your landlord say you must leave? If so, there are things you should know. Landlords are not above the law. In order to evict someone, they must follow the law. Below are some of the most often asked questions about evictions. What is an Eviction? An eviction is a court process a landlord uses to remove a tenant renting a room, apartment, house, or mobile home. What can the landlord evict me for? You can be evicted for the following things:
Do I get my deposit back? You might get your deposit back, unless you are told in writing that the deposit is not refundable. How do I get my deposit back? The landlord does not have to return the deposit until after you have moved.  You need to give your landlord your new address.  Your landlord must return your deposit, or explain in writing why they have not returned your deposit.  Legitimate reasons for your landlord to keep a part, or all, of your deposit would be:

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