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If my renters don't pay rent and i give them 30 notice to leave can i move in with them if they don't leave?

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  • If my renters don't pay rent and i give them 30 notice to leave can i move in with them if they don't leave?


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Answer #1 | 24/04 2017 03:24
Yes you can move in with them if you want. They should have left after their notice expired. Eviction be definition allows you to retain your property. What is the point of evicting someone if they do not leave on legal notice? Legally the property is no longer under a leasing term if a contract expires.
Answer #2 | 24/04 2017 04:38
No, you cannot do that. If they don't leave at the end of the notice period, you have to evict them through the courts.
Answer #3 | 24/04 2017 02:58
NO, if they do not leave as requested, you will have to move to get a court order to evict them.
Answer #4 | 24/04 2017 02:59
Probably not. Why would you want to? If you have given them the proper notice and they do not compile, you go to court and get an eviction notice and have the police come and remove them and their belongs from the house.
Answer #5 | 24/04 2017 03:23
No
Answer #6 | 24/04 2017 03:07
No. You can evict them. You can evict them faster for non payment, only 3 day notice required.
Answer #7 | 24/04 2017 18:47
legally you will need an eviction proceeding. contact a lawyer today.
Answer #8 | 27/04 2017 18:07
lol... is this really an example of how you conduct business as a landlord? 'cause if it is you need to get out of the rental business... you need to do things lawfully... you begin eviction proceedings and if you don't know then you need to find out... you do not move in with your tenants... my god, are you serious?
Answer #9 | 24/04 2017 16:58
you will have to file the eviction notice in court and when the judge determines in your favor he assigns a day for the sheriff to go to the place, change the locks and essentially lock them out, they lose their stuff unless they got it all out before
Answer #10 | 24/04 2017 07:22
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Answer #11 | 24/04 2017 05:08
no
Answer #12 | 24/04 2017 07:02
LOL. Is this really an example of how you conduct business as a landlord? Because if it is you need to get out of the rental business. You need to do things lawfully. You begin eviction proceedings and if you don't know then you need to find out. You DO NOT move in with your tenants. My god, are you serious?
Answer #13 | 24/04 2017 21:44
No. You call the sheriff to remove them. Do it legally.
Answer #14 | 24/04 2017 10:53
NO, Just evict them, then move in if you want

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