Landlords have a ton of responsibilities on their plates when it comes to managing their rental properties & tenants. One of these duties is to occasionally have to evict a tenant. This is a difficult process, so we put together some tips for landlords on how to avoid common eviction mistakes.
The term “nuisance” can mean many things when referring to a tenant. However, in order for a landlord to serve a tenant with a Nuisance Notice to Quit, one of five qualified reasons must be present.
As experienced eviction services specialists since 1988, we know just how difficult it can be to collect payment for utilities from certain tenants. Check out these landlord tips detailing how to make the process a bit less stressful.
When my mother, Nancy Maley, moved back to Las Vegas in the 1980’s, she began working in the office of a family friend, Smokey Stover, who was a Process Server. Many customers were asking him to do rental notices and evictions. Smokey told my mother he was too busy serving process to do those, but…