When can a Landlord evict a Tenant?
The law varies from state to state. In some places like San Francisco, it is illegal to evict your tenants just for the sole purpose of renting the home for a higher rate. Read this article for an example.
When can I evict?
In the great State of Wyoming, evictions can take place if the Tenant fails to pay an outstanding charge or violates the terms of the lease agreement. Depending on the violation, you may have to give the Tenant 30 days to rectify the situation or as little as three days.
The key is to know the law and follow it. As a member of the National Association of Residential Property Managers (NARPM), we hold ourselves to a higher code of ethics and ensure all parties are treated honestly and fairly.
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