An intimidating tenant

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Regardless of the situation, before starting the eviction process, you need to know the proper rules and procedures. The eviction laws are different from state to state, and it’s smart to know and consider them while writing up your lease agreement, so that both parties know that such a document carries authority with it.

I recommend using a lease agreement that is written by lawyers, and specifically designed for your state.

It is written from the perspective of Orange County tenancies; those located outside of Orange County might be governed by different laws and requirements.

The following information is not meant to take the place of legal advice.

- PIMS membership empowers you with the knowledge, documents & practical guidance you will need to successfully evict your tenant[s].

This article will guide you through the general eviction process and should help you with removing delinquent or deadbeat tenants from your rental property.

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If a tenant can’t pay, you have to remove them from your property. Other times, you will have to go through the formal eviction process.

If the prospective tenant changes their mind, then usually the landlord may keep the some or all of the deposit, up to the extent they are damaged by the tenant’s breach of the agreement.

The landlord should make a good faith attempt to minimize their damages by locating another tenant as quickly as possible.

Whether you are entering the job market for the first time or were recently terminated, it is important to understand your rights as a worker.

Both federal and state governments have enacted a wide range of employment laws protecting employees from discriminatory treatment, unfair labor practices, unsafe work conditions, and more.

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