Eviction-Step One, the 7 day Notice
Eviction-Step One, the 7 Day Notice
There are three (3) different types of a Notice To Quit for renters or trespassers.
1. Failure to Pay Rent: There is a 7 Day Notice To Quit for failing to pay rent.
2. Keeping an unhealthy place or trashing the place: There is a different Notice To Quit if your renter is trashing the place or making it unhealthy.
3. There is no lease with the Renter and you want them out. There is a Notice To Terminate Tenancy if someone is in your rental unit but they don't have a lease (they are a 'holdover') or simply stayed behind after the renter has left (maybe a sub-tenant or stay-over guest of your former renter).
4, The Renters are using or selling Drugs. There is a fourth type of Notice To Quit or Terminate Tenancy and that is if you have someone in your rental unit using or selling drugs, but try to prove it. So, that form isn't here. Heck with it. If you can prove someone is selling or using drugs, call the police.
Choose the Correct Notice to Quit that suits your situation and personally deliver it to any adult who is in the rental unit. An older kid may be good enough if can't get an adult at home. Also mail a copy first class. You don't need to mail it registered or certified.
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