How to evict a tenant?

When you want to evict a tenant, the process can be made simple by breaking it down into three stages. The three stages are, drafting and serving the eviction notice, identifying the possession order you need and applying for a warrant of possession.

However, a landlord may not need to proceed to stage two and three to evict a tenant. In most circumstances, a tenant will evict the premises after stage one, which is drafting and serving notice to the tenant. Only when a tenant hasn’t evicted the premises after the notice date will a landlord need to proceed to the next stages.

Court room where are warrant of possession is going to applied for to ensure a landlord can evict a tenant
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