Many reasons may arise that cause a landlord to evict a tenant, or lessee. Landlords may wish to evict due to late rent, breaches in the lease agreement, criminal activity or other reasons. Landlords must legally terminate tenancy, this involves giving an appropriate and correct preliminary notice, according to state law.
Negative Impacts on Eviction Cases
When individuals attempt to evict lessees on their own, they can make a number of mistakes. This is why it is important to have an experienced lawyer represent you. Common mistakes lessors make include:
If a lessor has done any of these things, it will negatively impact your case. Tenants will in turn have a stronger defense against your eviction case, and often the case can be thrown out.
Work with a Knowledgeable Evictions Attorney
Richard B. Maner, P.C. knows eviction law in Georgia and will work attentively to expedite your eviction proceedings, prevent your case from being thrown out, and obtain compensation for any losses you may have sustained.