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Re: Hiring a Lawyer VS. Evicting tenant myself by lpadave on August 8, 2018 @14:01

What state and city ?. On first instinct and advise I would say hire an attorney that specializes in LT AND WORKS ONLY FOR LL's.

In many cities that are tenant friendly, it can take you nine to twelve months go get the tenant actually out. YES,......THATS RIGHT. and my colleague LL's will confirm that kind of a war story.

You might want to find out where landlord tenant cases are heard and spend some time in that courtroom observing. Look for the LL attorneys showing up with a. Bunch of files in hand, appearing on a bunch of cases that same day,.......AS THE LL ATTORNEY. That's the guy or gal who's card you want to get. That's the attorney who will give you a more precise cost and time frame.

There is a trend emerging in even the most pro tenant jurisdictions of """"......if ya wanna stay,......ya gotta pay. Which will work in your favor. Why do you want the tenant out ? you need to be clear from the outset and stay the course on whether it's a matter of wanting a rent increase from the existing tenant,....or you want the, gone.
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