Save Time, Legal Fees in Housing Court with Partial Rent Agreement

At some point, you may find yourself suing a tenant in housing court to collect overdue rent and to evict the tenant if he or she doesn't pay. During the course of the case, the tenant may bring up any and all excuses to delay eviction. The tenant may claim that there are conditions in the apartment that need to be repaired or services that you haven't provided. Or the tenant may want more time to get an attorney or documents, and the tenant may ask the judge to be able to come back at a later date.

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