The reasons for 30 day eviction notice
The eviction of a tenant legally needs a valid reason for eviction and cannot be done by just asking them to move or giving a notice. The most common reason of the eviction is the nonpayment of the rent for several months’ time. The other reasons that can be cited as the reason of eviction are:
- Damage to the rental property
- Giving accommodation to extra people on the property who are not included in the lease agreement
- Making noise all the time of the day
- Keeping a pet without permission of the landlord
- Breaking any rule that was mentioned in the lease papers
Contents of the eviction notice
The eviction notice should contain all the important information related to the initiation of the eviction process. The name of the tenant, the notice of the eviction, the date by which you want the premises to be vacated, the proper reason of eviction, your name and address followed by the signature.
It must be kept in mind that it is not an easy job to evict a tenant and a grace period has to be given so that the tenant can decide upon their next line of action or explain any reason behind the late payment or the reason cited by you for eviction. This grace period is mandatory.
Unless you have all the valid reasons and valid documents, the reason for eviction will be hard to prove in the court of law.