There are three main reasons to evict a commercial tenant:
- Non-payment of rent
- Breach of lease terms in the contract
- Holding over after the tenancy has expired
Short Summary of Eviction Process
You are required to give 3 Days of notice before beginning the eviction process. The eviction must be delivered by hand at the place of business and can be left if the tenant is not present. An affidavit should be completed by the process server. Provisions can be different based on the commercial contract. At the end of the notice period, an unlawful detainer complaint can be filed in a local state court and must also be served to the commercial tenant. The tenant has 5 days to answer the complaint. If not answered or there is a counter counterclaim you may go to court for trial.
Roy L. Weinfeld, P.A. may assist to allay those frustrations. By forwarding those AR’s to the Firm, you may have extra teeth to sink into those that have not paid. Whether by demand or suit. The Firm will bring a distinguished attorney and attentiveness to the matter. Call today (786) 423-6898 or request a consultation .