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Mannymanpr, Home Seller in Philadelphia, PA

where do I get an eviction notice template?

Asked by Mannymanpr, Philadelphia, PA Wed Sep 1, 2010

Settlement made on property and tenant breached, can I go "RAMBO" AND MOVED THEN OUT. SQUATTERS ARE FAMILY: dO i NEED AN EVICTION NOTICE? iF SO, WHERE DO I GET A COPY? dEED IS IN MY NAME AND HOUSE IS PAID BUT IN DISREPAIR.

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See http://www.pa-eviction.com/. They will help you out with eviction, not expensive at all for full service..
Web Reference: http://www.pa-eviction.com/
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Sep 4, 2010
You should get help from an agent who will guide you, or go to an attorney or go to small claims court. Make sure the property is licensed. There are rules and laws and you cannot break them.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Sep 4, 2010
The best practice would have been to insist that the property be vacant before you settled. However, if you purchased subject to a lease, and the occupants are not complying with the terms of the lease, and you have a property license, you can begin foreclosure proceedings. Otherwise, you can start by offering the occupants an incentive to move out, usually cash,or a lease if they insist on staying. The Rambo approach is not a good idea; it will put the squatters in control of the situation, while you may be arrested.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Sep 2, 2010
Sadly you need Property Manager to help with eviction.

You can call your county court clerk and they can give you all the forms to serve
a 3 day notice, and then eviction and after a small fee, have the Sheriffs out to evict.

Do it by the book, otherwise Rambo will be a dodo in jail.

Good luck.
Perry
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Sep 1, 2010
Thanks for your inquiry. To my knowledge you a copy of the lease that you inherited, a rental license and go file eviction at 34 s. 11th St.
Send eviction letter. If I can provide you with property management services in the future please do not hesitate to contact me. Feel free to look at our property management page on our web site.
Good luck.
Annette Collier, Broker
PA/DE/NJ
Able Real Estate Inc.
215-222-3700 office
Email: Ablerealestate1@aol.com
http://www.Ablerealestate.net
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Sep 1, 2010
Each state has a different set of laws regarding eviction, so a template from another state may not help, you can get a blank "notice to quit" at Staples and then google PA eviction law to check the laws in your state regarding amount of time you need to give them. if you made a deal you should have continued with the eviction. At this point you need to find out if you can give a 7 day notice or if you require a 30 day notice. Good luck with your eviction
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