Avoid Four Common Mistakes When Evicting Residents

All site owners at one time or another must take the unpleasant step of evicting a resident. You may have to evict a resident for one of a number of lease violations, such as nonpayment of rent, excessive noise, or criminal activity. Whatever your grounds for eviction, you want to do everything you can to make the eviction process go smoothly. But it’s easy to make mistakes before your case goes to court. And a mistake could delay your eviction case or, worse, force you to give up the right to evict the resident.

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