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www.thebalance.com/reasons-to-evict-tenant-2125254

Oct 17, 2016 ... You must have a legal reason or grounds for eviction. Here are five more situations which can allow you to legally part ways with your tenant.

www.landlordology.com/5-legal-reasons-for-eviction

Sep 21, 2015 ... Learn about the top 5 legal reasons a landlord can evict a tenant, and how to follow the formal eviction process.

www.rocketlawyer.com/article/reasons-to-evict-a-tenant.rl

If you're a landlord and want to evict a tenant, you need to have a legal reason for doing so. In other words, you can't evict a tenant just because you don't get ...

www.rentprep.com/evictions/legal-reasons-evict

Sep 8, 2014 ... If you are a landlord and have the strong desire to evict a tenant, make sure your reasons are legally valid. The laws are set up to ensure that ...

www.rocketlawyer.com/article/evicting-a-tenant-in-california.rl

Read about the reasons you can evict a tenant in California and how to get started.

homeguides.sfgate.com/can-property-owner-evict-tenants-reason-3029.html

In California, a landlord can only evict a tenant for nonpayment of rent, ... For example, the landlord cannot evict you on the grounds of race, family status, ...

ptla.org/rights-tenants-evictions

If you are a tenant at will (no lease), your landlord can evict you without .... If your landlord is trying to evict you for one of these reasons, explain that to the judge.

www.yourinsurance.co.uk/blog/landlords/guest-grounds-for-eviction.aspx

The following grounds show for which reasons a landlord may look to evict a tenant, including the most common of these such as rent arrears, repossession and ...

scotland.shelter.org.uk/get_advice/advice_topics/eviction/eviction_of_private_tenants/grounds_for_eviction_-_assured_and_short_assured_tenants

Explains grounds (reasons) that private landlords or letting agents can use to evict assured tenants or short assured tenants renting privately in Scotland.

www.law.cornell.edu/wex/eviction

Landlords may legally evict tenants for one of three basic reasons. First, and most frequently, for not paying rent.