A landlord may not evict a tenant without
a court order. The landlord may begin
eviction proceedings if a tenant:
● Damages property.
● Fails to pay rent.
● Violates the terms of the lease.
● Injures the lessor or another tenant.
● Allows drug-related criminal activity on
● Fails to vacate at the end of the lease
● Gambles illegally on the property.
The tenant will receive a notice that an
eviction lawsuit has been filed and will have
the opportunity to be heard in court before