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Eviction Information Sheet

Evicting a Tenant Can Be As Simple as Filling Out an Eviction Information Sheet

From time to time, we are faced with the unavoidable eviction. Personally, I feel we must project the image to the tenant that we are unafraid of evictions and the costs involved. The tenants must believe we are ready to start the process promptly.

Of course, you will first notify a defaulted tenant with an Urgent Late Notice, then an Eviction Ramifications Notice (PDF Format) along with a Notice to Pay Rent or Quit.

If and when the tenant is unwilling or unable to cure the default within the period state in your notice, the next step is eviction.

How long do we wait to start eviction after the tenant does not comply with our Notice to Pay Rent or Quit? Many landlords wait and give the tenant more time in the hopes that they will raise the money. Often it is because the idea of court or paying an attorney's fee is too scarey. But ! Time is money. Your money! For each day the tenant lives without paying, you are getting deeper in the hole with no rent.

We created the Eviction Information Sheet to save you time and money by making it as easy as possible for an eviction attorney to begin an eviction with all the relevant case information immediately available.

The attorneys who we've used this with loved it and told us how it made it easier and quicker to set up evictions.

Please download a copy to add to your arsenal of landlord forms!

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