If you are a landlord then the process of tenant eviction is no new to you. But if you are new to this area, know one thing eviction processes are never easy. You cannot just knock on their door and ask them to leave your property and they leave. Wish it was that easy, but sadly it is not. You have to take help from Residential Tenant Eviction Services to be precise and shorten the eviction process.
The eviction notice
Residential Tenant Eviction Services will be helping you in this process. If the tenant is uncooperative and refuses to resolve the matter quietly, or even agrees to depart the property, the landlord may issue an eviction notice. The eviction notice can be used to dispute and determine not just a temporary term tenancy, but also a fixed term tenancy.
The appropriate wording and inclusion of all relevant information in an Eviction notice are critical since there have been situations when the claims were dismissed solely due to mistakes in the Eviction notice. The following are the basic components of an eviction notice:
The notification must be written and authorized by or on behalf of the landlord or the person providing it.
Justified and valid reason
The landlord cannot publish an eviction notice simply because he wants to; he must have a solid and legal basis. The cause for asking the renter to leave must be reasonable and must not be based only on a desire for more goods. Your Residential Tenant Eviction Services will help you in this process and guide you through it. But still, here are the most essential things you must mention in the eviction notice:
- The inability of the renter to pay rent (not on time or at all): If the tenant is even 15 days delinquent, the landowner has the option to evict the tenant. If the tenant does not cover the rent or chooses to leave the rented premises, an eviction notice may be delivered.
- Renter inflicts harm to the landlord’s business: If the tenant causes any damage to the landlord’s property, the landlord has the right to remove the tenant.
- Establishing health or safety risks on the lessor’s premises: The tenant must use caution while doing anything else on the rented property, and if he does something that may endanger the landlord’s or his family’s health or safety, he may be requested to leave.
- Infringement of the conditions of the rental or development by allowing by the lessee: The renter must adhere by all of the provisions consented to in the rental/lease agreement while entering into the contract and must not do anything that is contrary to the same.
When there is one co-owner
If somehow the landlord is not the only owner and has a co-owner, both co-owners may act as the landlord collectively, and any notice given by any of them is legitimate and lawful. Because “a co-owner is very much a proprietor of the full property as any solo owner of a property is,” one co-owner is the landlord, and a notice issued by him or a suit brought by him is both legally valid and adequate.
Terms of the notice
The landlord must issue an eviction notice that gives the tenant a reasonable amount of time to either depart the premises or make the required payments (whatever the case may be). The time granted must be in line with the terms already specified in the tenancy agreement, and if they have not been expressly included in the eviction notice, then adequate time should be given whereupon the tenant can be called in court in accordance with the state legislated acts.
The landlord may offer the renter one to 3 months to quit the property, based on the cause, relationships, and length of time the tenant has been staying/using the property. In the most extreme situations, it can last up to six months. Before the tenancy is terminated, at least 21 days are allowed, and occasionally 15 days if rent has not been paid for an extended period of time.
To be more precise and correct you should ask your Residential Tenant Eviction Services about it. Like our sacramento process server can guide in Paralegal services, Probate Paralegal, Divorce Paralegal, Living Trust Sacramento cases.