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Though the procedures for evictions differ depending on the specific laws of various jurisdictions, the general process ...

Eviction Process - Know Your Rights - Tenants Union of Washington ...

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There are several different types of notices that landlords can serve tenants, depending upon the reason for eviction. An eviction notice must first be served ...

Landlords: Judgments, Writs, and the Eviction Process | Welcome to ...

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This resource contains information for landlords who have obtained a judgment for possession from Landlord and Tenant Court to evict a tenant. It explains the ...

Eviction Notices: Requirements and Procedures - Real Estate Law

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An eviction notice, scary as it is, is not the eviction itself. When a tenant is served with an eviction notice, they still have rights and options. The eviction noticed ...

Tenant Defenses to Evictions in Washington, D.C. | Nolo.com

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This article will examine the basic eviction procedure in the District of Columbia and some of the defenses available to tenants who are facing an eviction for not ...

Rights of Tenants: Evictions | Pine Tree Legal Assistance

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If you are a tenant at will (no lease), your landlord can evict you without giving a reason. However, he must give you 7 or 30 days notice in writing. There are ...

Eviction Procedures - Fairfax County, Virginia

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Eviction is the process by which a landlord obtains possession of the rental property by entering a lawsuit against the tenant(s) and receiving judgment from the ...

Guide to Eviction | ota

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Judicial process is required for all evictions. Furthermore, in all cases other than non-payment of rent, a filing with the Rental Accommodations Division (RAD) is ...

Evictions - Prince William County Government

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The Sheriff's Office eviction process is as follows: The landlord must initiate a five or 30 day pay or quit notice to the tenant, served by the Sheriff's Office or by a ...

How Long Does the Eviction Process Take? - FindLaw

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An eviction is a process whereby a landlord removes a tenant from a rental property. It may be as simple as a notice to the tenant with an explanation of the ...

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Eviction Notice Form - 30 Day Notice to Vacate Letter to Tenant

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Create an Eviction Notice with step-by-step instructions. An Eviction Notice informs your tenant(s) that you plan to start the eviction process to remove them from ...

U.S. Marshals Service, District of Columbia ... - Washington, DC

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This process includes Writs of Restitution that are issued for the recovery by eviction of tenants and property for judgment and/or restitution. In all cases the ...

How Evictions Work: Rules for Landlords and Property Managers ...

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An overview of the eviction process, including the termination notices required for different situations.