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EVICTING TENANTS
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If you are a multi-unit property owner and have a non-paying tenant or a tenant you no longer want as a tenant, you should try to settle a move out agreement with the tenant instead of doing a forced eviction. Evicting tenants is a long and costly process. You cannot just throw the tenant's belonging out in the street and you cannot shut the water or other utilities off. Tenants have many rights. Tenants, whether they are paying tenants or non-paying tenants, are protected by city, county, state, and federal housing laws. Every county and state have their own eviction laws on top of federal eviction laws. A disgruntled tenant can also trash your apartment unit. There are many cases where it can take a landlord up to a year or more to evict a tenant. Offer cash for them to move out and offering them that you will not sue them for the deficit owed can be a great negotiation tool where they will move out sooner than later.

 
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