Evicting a Tenant

Published 31 August 2022Updated 3rd April 2023

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What does it mean to evict a tenant?

To evict a tenant means to force them to leave a rental property by legal means. This typically occurs when a landlord wants to remove a tenant for reasons such as failure to pay rent, violating the terms of the lease, or engaging in illegal activities.

The eviction process involves serving the tenant with a notice and, if necessary, going to court to obtain a legal order for the tenant to vacate the property.

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