WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?
After you submit the eviction order online, our eviction experts will immediately begin processing your case.
Leavitt Eviction Experts will:
post an official notice on your tenant’s door demanding rental payment
file all required court paperwork, and appear in court and speak to the judge, if necessary
meet with the constable and change your locks.
Leavitt Evictions will only invoice you for the services that you ask us to perform.
Note that every eviction case is unique and may require additional steps and fees. Below is a general outline of the eviction process for your reference.
Eviction Case Consultation Over the Phone: $50.00
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Types of Notices We Will Post:
This notice is used for non-payment of rent from a tenant. It instructs the tenant to either pay rent or move-out. It can be posted the day after rent was due and not received. But, if there is a grace period, we must wait until after the grace period ends to serve.
This notice is used for instructing tenants to correct an issue such as: nuisance, waste, improper assignment or sublet, unlawful business, or illegal drug use. If the issue is not corrected, we must follow up with a 5-Day Notice to Quit for Unlawful Detainer.
30-Day No Cause
This notice is used to instruct a tenant to move-out in 30 days. If the tenant does not move-out after 30-days, we must follow up with a 5-Day Notice to Quit for Unlawful Detainer.
7-Day No Cause
This notice is used to instruct a tenant to move-out in 7 days. This notice can only be used if you are renting to the tenant on a weekly basis.
This notice is used to instruct a tenant to move-out within 5 days. This is only used if the homeowner has given permission to someone to stay at the home for an indefinitely amount of time with no periodic rent paid or reserved.
5-Day Lease Violation
This notice is used for instructing tenants to correct a lease violation or move-out. If the issue is not corrected, we must follow up with a 5-Day Notice to Quit for Unlawful Detainer.
5-Day Notice to Quit for Unlawful Detainer
This notice is used to follow up the 3-Day Nuisance, 30-Day No Cause, 5-Day Tenancy-at-Will, and 5-Day Lease Violation notices.