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Do Unruly Tenants Get a Full 30-Day Eviction Notice?

Try an Eviction Mediation Program Instead of a Justice Court or an Eviction Lawuit if Your Tenant Violates Their Lease Agreement.

In Nevada, you are required to provide a 30-day advance warning before filing for eviction in some circumstances. In many situations, however, you may remove a tenant with less notice. Today we’ll look at Nevada eviction schedules and the various types of behaviors that merit different kinds of eviction warnings. As a reminder, any schedules…

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Giving an Eviction Notice to a Tenant

If Your Tenant Pays Rent Weekly, There Are Different Rules for the Eviction Process Than if They Pay Rent Monthly.

An eviction notice is a legal document that informs a tenant that their tenancy will end on a certain date unless they leave voluntarily. If the tenant does not depart by the stated date, the landlord can file for an eviction order with the court. A landlord may give an eviction notice for a variety…

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What to Do if a Tenant Appeals an Eviction?

If Your Tenant Doesn’t Pay Rent and You Send an Eviction Notice, You May Have to Go to Justice Court and They’ll Pay a Filing Fee.

There are several kinds of evictions in Nevada, each with its own eviction process. A tenant can appeal their eviction in the county in which they live, regardless of where they reside in the state. If you live in Clark County, you have just ten business days to appeal your eviction after receiving your notice…

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How You Can Sidestep Renting to BadTenants

Property Managers Will Make Sure Tenants Pay Rent, and Hopefully Deter Terrible Renters.

There are a few warning signs that a prospective tenant may be dangerous or unruly. It’s crucial to learn about the people you’re considering renting to before handing them a lease agreement. Some typical problems with unruly renters include renters who don’t pay their rent on time or at all, those who damage the property…

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