1 Ejecting Tenants on Mon Jul 30, 2012 2:16 pm
2 Re: Ejecting Tenants on Mon Jul 30, 2012 3:16 pm
do you have a written contract of lease with the said tenant? if yes, when will their contract of lease terminate or end?
nevertheless, if you have a written contract of lease with the said tenant and if any of what you said (i.e. rowdiness, motor, truck) would constitute a violation of the leaase contract, and if in the said contract you have the right to terminate the lease upon violation of its provisions, then you can already write a demand letter for them to vacate.
now, if your demand to vacate (either due to expiration of contract or violation/breach of contract), is unheeded, you can initially file a complaint before the barangay. if both of you still fail to resolve the matter in the barangay, the barangay will issue a certificate to file action, and then you can file an ejectment complaint before the courts against you tenant.
For more free legal information about the matter, you may visit www.domingo-law.com
4 Re: Ejecting Tenants on Wed Aug 01, 2012 12:56 pm
1. 3 months grace period but no payment
2. I will be the one to pay for the truck that they are going to use once they vacate the unit.
3. written agreement ( why is there a need for me to give them a written agreement when they are about to leave? It should be insisted before renting, right? )
They said that the following conditions are based on the law.
5 Re: Ejecting Tenants Today at 7:15 pm
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