Eviction Cases

The tenant's refusal to vacate the leased property may become a serious problem for the lessor. In this case, the lessor may need to resort to legal remedies to evict the lessee. 

In the event that the lessor refuses to evict the lessee, the lessor may file an eviction action. An eviction lawsuit is the process of applying to the court and demanding that the tenant be removed from the property. In the lawsuit, the claim that the tenant must vacate the property must be legally proven. The legal grounds on which each eviction case is based may be different and therefore it is important to seek direct support from a lawyer.

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