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Tenant Eviction Laws Quiz | What Must Be Included In Every State?

eviction-noticeNo one wants to hear the word eviction in conjunction with their own rental property. It usually means there have been ongoing issues with residents and it is time to take the next step to get your property back. The eviction process is scary and filled with hard to understand legal jargon and formality. Your local Real Property Management team has the experience and training to ensure you are abiding by state and local laws, giving you the peace of mind you deserve.

Here’s a little test of your own knowledge of the eviction process.

Question: What must be included on an eviction notice in every state?

  1. 3 Day Notice
  2. Amount of Rent Due plus fees
  3. Signature of the recipient
  4. None of the Above

 

Answer: D. None of the above. The laws for serving eviction notices vary widely from state to state. Fortunately, your local Real Property Management office is well versed in the specific laws where your rental property is located. You can be assured that they will handle your eviction properly and professionally, saving you costly legal fees and overages from the process being mishandled. Another great reason to entrust your property with the professionals.

Find your local Real Property Management office today; many of which provide an eviction protection plan and/or a tenant replacement guarantee.

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  1. The Cooper's says:

    Kelli my wife and I have been with a property management company that has been stealing money. They filed 3 evictions in 6 months none for non-payment. We found they have been stealing money and many other things. My question is before filing an eviction, don’t they or the attorney look at the lease? We are suing them for numerous charges but they filed an eviction and said I was not on lease. I was and am on the lease. Internal error? they filed a 10 day then an eviction. Please help thanks

    1. Michael Stone says:

      Hello, We advise that you seek local legal counsel.