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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: there is no due date on my lease agreement, can the landlord evict me if i dont pay rent or not pay rent that month?
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Question: I have a throw cloth over my window, the office called me today and said i had to remove or, then would evict me if I did not take it off the window. the blinds that are on the window is no good
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Question: I am looking at purchasing a house at auction, It is occupied. How do you get the occupants out after purchase? Thank you
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Question: do these evictions rules apply to Rv parks also
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Question: I recently was Evicted from my apartment and locked out by the constable. Unfortunately I was unable to remove all of my belonging and was told I need to return make arrangements with the landlord to get the rest of my things. When I returned i was told that someone must have stolen my things. What do I do? I made a police report, But the property management told me they will not replace any of my things . Can anyone tell me what rights I have and what I should do thank you any help is much appreciated .
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