What is a removal of tenant action and who can file?
A removal of tenant action applies to the rental of non-commercial dwelling units and is an action filed by a landlord against a tenant on common disputes such as payment of rent, non-compliance, or breach of a lease or rental agreement. A landlord (the owner or lessor of a dwelling) may file a removal of tenant action.

If you have commercial, agricultural or personal property lease, you should contact an attorney for the proper procedures to resolve those disputes.

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3. What is a removal of tenant action and who can file?
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6. What happens when a Final Judgment for Eviction is entered?
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