Common Lease Violations that Might Lead to Eviction
Once you sign a lease with a new residential tenant, you likely hope that since they agreed to all of the lease terms, they will comply with the terms for the duration of the lease. Unfortunately, most landlords know that lease violations are all too common, and some of them present the need to seek an eviction.
The following are some common lease violations that might lead to the eviction of your tenants. To discuss your specific situation, reach out to an Encino landlord/tenant lawyer.
When your tenant is behind on rent, you might be able to work out an arrangement for them to catch up. Sometimes, though, a tenant will fall too far behind or will not comply with a payment arrangement. In this situation, an eviction might be necessary to protect your financial situation and investment.
When a tenant is engaging in illegal drug activity or other criminal conduct in your unit, it is important to put a stop to it. Often, the best way to prevent further criminal issues is to seek an eviction.
When a tenant is causing noise disturbances, they can be violating the implied covenant of quiet enjoyment of other tenants in your building. This can cause problems with your other tenants, who might even take legal action against you as the landlord – that is unless you take action to stop the noise problems.
Speak with an Encino Landlord/Tenant Attorney Today
These are only some of many lease violations that can cause major problems, including the need for possible eviction. Always seek legal guidance regarding the best course of action from Urbach Law Offices, PC. Contact us online or call 888.212.9072 to discuss your landlord/tenant concerns. We represent both landlords and tenants in the Encino area.