How to Evict Troublesome Tenants

Few things can cause headaches or lower the value of your building faster than a disruptive or destructive tenant. If you do nothing while a tenant harasses other tenants, you could run into trouble later on. If the tenant harms another building tenant, you may be brought into court to explain why you didn’t take any action to get rid of the troublesome tenant. Or other building tenants may start withholding rent, or move out, because of the tenant’s activities. Or if the tenant damages your building, you may be stuck with costly repairs.

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