How can a landlord evict a tenant arrested and now in jail during his tenancy?
Tenant is on a month to month lease. He was arrested by the police during his tenancy and his belongings are still in the room he is renting. He will be in jail for a long time. How can a landlord evict the tenant who caused nuisance to other roommates and one reason he was arrested.
This bad tenant threatened another roommate with a knife in which another tenant called 911. The police came and arrested him and charged with misdemeanour. He is in jail right now. However, he has another warrant for his arrest for perjury and will be transferred in another county jail. Two tenants filed for a longer restraining order against this bad tenant. The question is how can he be evicted?
wow..Im a landlord..A tenant was arrested very recently..With some wild details I won’t go into….I took the matter into my own hands..I changed the locks,stored there stuff..there gone period..No one or community will put up with criminal’s..In my case i called the person’s parole officer and had them send a message..The person has 60 days to retrive there stuff or its yours..