When can a landlord evict a tenant?

A tenant can be evicted for the following reasons:

  • Failure to pay rent
  • Violation of lease/rental agreement
  • Property damage
  • Being a problem to other tenants
  • Committing acts of domestic violence or sexual assault on premise
  • Using the unit for unlawful purposes, such as drug dealing or cock fighting
  • Unlawful conduct involving weapons or ammunition

This website provides general information related to the law designed to help users easily research about possible legal needs. This website does not provide legal advice and Provider is not a law firm. Please consult your attorney for more specific information.

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