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Georgia 3 Day Demand for Possession

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Georgia 3 Day Demand for Possession

Serve this 3 Day Demand for Possession on the tenant for non-payment of rent, before filing for eviction.
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Georgia 3 Day Notice to Quit

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Georgia 3 Day Notice to Quit

The Notice To Quit is given to a tenant who has clearly violated a major covenant in the lease.
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Georgia Sample Dispossessory Warrant & Affidavit

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Georgia Sample Dispossessory Warrant & Affidavit

This is a <b>sample</b> Dispossessory Warrant and Affidavit. Landlord should check with the their county magistrate or local district court for the actual document.
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Georgia Eviction Procedures Guide

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Georgia Eviction Procedures Guide

Guide on how to proceed with an eviction in the State of Georgia.
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Notice to Vacate

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Notice to Vacate

This ezLandlord Forms's Notice to Vacate serves as a formal request for Tenant to vacate the premises for violating a lease provision.
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Quick Tips: Eviction Notices & the Eviction Process

Eviction sucks for everyone involved (we know because we are landlords too, and we’ve been tenants at one time as well). It’s frustrating as a landlord to have tenants who think they can just live for free while you’re ensnared in the court process, but the truth is, well, they can (until you go through the legal process, anyway). Here are some things to keep in mind about the eviction process:
  • Never, ever change the locks or remove tenants’ belongings on your own.
  • As soon as the rent is late (or when you realize the tenant is otherwise breaking the lease agreement), send the proper eviction notice for your state/province, and use certified mail (keep the confirmation receipt!)
  • After the waiting period, you can file with the local court for eviction. A hearing is scheduled, which you should attend with any proof you can bring with you.
  • Assuming the judge agrees with you at the hearing, you can then schedule an eviction date with the sheriff or other official representative of the courts.
  • Show up on the day of the eviction to meet the sheriff, and bring a contractor to change the locks and start cleaning up the property as soon as the tenant is out.
  • Collect the judgment against the tenant, for the back money they owe you!

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