Eviction

No landlord wants to have to deal with an eviction. Effective property management is about deterring this outcome; an outcome that adds significant stress to your daily life. You now must worry about how best to find your next tenant, too. Handled improperly, evictions can last much, much longer.


Types of Evictions

  • 7-day Pay or Quit
    This notice is used for non-payment of rent from a tenant. It instructs the tenant to either pay rent or moves 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.
  • 3-day Notice to Quit for Nuisance
    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 Notice to Quit
    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 Notice to Quit
    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.
  • 5-day Notice Tenancy-at-Will Notice to Quit
    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 Notice to Perform Lease Condition or Quit
    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.

The Eviction Process

Triumph Property Management has been handling evictions for well over a decade! Our team of experts will handle the process from start to finish for you. Below, you can learn more about the eviction process. Our eviction service helps remove a delinquent tenant from your property in a timely and professional manner.

STEP 1

Initial Eviction Notice

Not all evictions are the same; a common misconception. There are numerous reasons why an eviction notice may be served, including failure to pay rent on time, conducting illegal activity on a property, subletting the rental to a third party, etc.
To learn more about the different kinds of eviction notices, please see the below section.
NOTE: All days are counted on a JUDICIAL calendar. This means a judicial day does not count the day notice was served, no Fridays, no Saturdays, no Sundays, no federal holidays.

STEP 2

Second Eviction Notice (If Applicable)

If a tenant fails to comply with an eviction notice for any other reason besides non-payment of rent, a second eviction notice may be served.

STEP 3

Complain Filed With Justice Court

Should a tenant not comply with an eviction notice(s), Triumph Property Management will file the necessary documentation with the courts to process a summary eviction.

STEP 4

Court Hearings

Tenants have the option to submit an answer to any eviction notice served upon them and have it reviewed by a judge. Should the justice courts require a hearing, one of our representatives will attend the hearing to present our case and protect our clients’ best interests.

STEP 5

Eviction Granted

Once the court case has been granted, the judge signs a summary eviction order and submits it to the constable’s office.

STEP 6

Constable Is Contacted

The constable will post a 24-hour notice of lock-out to the property within 1 judicial day. the lock-out date on the property’s door. Our team coordinates with the designated constable to have the tenant (and their belongings) removed from the property and change the locks once the 24-hour notice expires.

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