To evict renters, the property owner must file an unlawful detainer with the court that documents a legitimate reason for eviction, such as nonpayment of rent, failing to vacate after proper notice, or the tenant’s violation of a drug or nuisance agreement.
If you believe you are being evicted from rental property without sufficient reason, it is in your best interest to immediately consult a Littleton eviction and unlawful detainer lawyer to protect your rights and respond to the landlord within a short specified period of time. The lawyer can explain the law and determine if the landlord is acting improperly.
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