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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: I received an eviction notice stating people reported I am not picking up after my dog, but I always do. There is another person with the same dog as me, so it may be her. I asked for proof but they have none, just the person who reported it. What is my recourse?
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Question: In 2017 I was applying for apartments and an eviction came back, I was unable to rent because of this eviction. The eviction is ACTUALLY from 2014 but lists as 2017. Secondly, I served/hand delivered and signed and dated a notice to the front office for vacating the lease due to domestic violence with a copy of my court order. THE DAY AFTER we were SUPOSSEDLY to be in court for eviction. There was a notice posted on the door AFTER I left the residence for domestic violence, and I had NO IDEA of this until 2017. Can this be removed?? And how???
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Question: My landlord served me and 30 day eviction notice cause we will not sign in active lease after doing month to month cause we are purchasing a home and closing after the vacated date
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Question: I got a ten day notice to pay rent or quit or ten day notice yesterday was last day for that my question is how long do I have until the actual eviction and I'm moving out any way so what do I have to do
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Question: I just went to court for nonpayment of rent and I received a judgment for 5 days. I’m trying to find out the next step or how much time do I have to find a place to go before I’m locked out of my house
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