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Educating Landlords: Eviction and Judgment Enforcement

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Educating Landlords: Eviction and Judgment Enforcement

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Curious how to remove a non-paying or just plain bad tenant? Educating Landlords: Eviction and Judgment Enforcement manual can show you how. Follow this easy to read manual detailing the civil case process for evicting tenants using your state laws to navigate the legal system WITHOUT THE ASSISTANCE OF A LAWYER! Save your hard earned money and get those tenant out asap!

The Small Claims Court allows every citizen to bring a lawsuit in an informal manner and does not require the party to hire an attorney. You may hire an attorney if you so choose, however, if a judgment was not rendered in your favor, you may be unable to recoup your legal fees from the opposing party unless there is a written agreement. i.e. a judgment stating the other party is liable for such expenses.

The Small Claims Court is meant for you to have a speedy, inexpensive, uncomplicated process in determining your claim. It is for your benefit, and it is your right, do not be afraid to use it. The Court’s and Clerk’s staff can assist you with questions or filing paperwork, but they cannot give you legal advice.

Procedures for filing claims are not complex. The Plaintiff (that being you) fills out a simple form called a Notice of Claim stating why the Defendant (those you are suing) owes him or her money or that the Defendant has a property which shall be given back to the Plaintiff. Each party then explains his or her side of the story to the Judge at trial. The Judge may ask questions of each party to determine the complete facts of the case. The Judge will decide based on the facts and evidence presented by the parties and on the law as it applies to the facts.

The Eviction and Judgment Enforcement Manual will review topics like Self- Help Evictions, Construction Evictions, Abandonment of the rental and personal property, Relation & Discrimination Evictions.  Learn why having tenants pay with direct deposit might not be a good thing. You will gain knowledge on how your state requires evictions to proceed from the notice to evict to the paperwork required to get the tenant out. This manual will walk you through how an eviction trial may be conducted from start to finish. Learn how to gather evidence and witnesses to make sure your claim wins. After you win, then what? Our manual goes further and helps you collect any damages awarded in the form of a civil judgment. Depending on your state you have various collection tools at your disposal, these included but aren’t limited to, wage garnishment, bank garnishments, till-taps, keepers, and more.

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