How to Handle No-Pet Lease Clause Violations

Even though your lease bans pets, a tenant may violate the lease by moving in with a pet—or by bringing in a pet sometime later. In either situation, you want to get the pet out. While you can always seek the tenant’s eviction as a last resort, you can first try to get the tenant to voluntarily remove the pet. But you must act quickly.

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