Sooner or later, every landlord will have to evict a tenant. Such an uneasy situation stands to sour the tenant-landlord relationship and foment resentment in the evicted. As a landlord, you have the legal right to evict tenants for valid reasons, such as failure to pay rent and violation of the lease agreement or occupancy ordinances.
However, it is also your responsibility to do it correctly. While Bellflower property management companies can do this job for you, it’s still important for you to know the proper eviction procedure.
Send a Written Notice First
You must first issue a notice to the renter. The notice should stipulate a time period in which the tenant can make up for the violation of the agreement. Avoid delay in issuing the notification because this could affect your cash flow.