Prepare Enough Evidence When Evicting Resident for Illegal Activity

Prepare Enough Evidence When Evicting Resident for Illegal Activity



By signing a lease agreement, a resident agrees to follow the terms of the lease. If the tenant breaks a clause of this contract, an owner must often first send the tenant a “Notice to Quit.” A Notice to Quit is a formal legal document an owner sends a resident in an attempt to fix a lease violation after a tenant disregards prior notices and warnings. This document informs residents that they have “X” number of days to fix the violation or the owner will begin eviction proceedings against them.

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