A legal remedy available to landlords who have lessees in holdover tenancy. Actual eviction requires the landlord to decline all attempted rent payments, give the holdover tenant adequate notice and filing for court action to forcibly remove the holdover tenant. Federal, state and local consumer protection laws normally require landlords to follow strict guidelines when trying to evict tenants. In most cases, the eviction process can take several months as the eviction must be approved by the local courts and enforced by the sheriff's office. For more information about evictions, please see the "Real Estate Management: Tenant Issues" article in the "Real Estate Investing" section.
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