Evictions can be very damaging to your ability to rent.
This program will assist you in removing an
eviction record from your file, most evictions that are registered have been
registered incorrectly or wrongfully, moving an eviction from your record should
be done immediately.
Did you know the register of the eviction can be liable up to
damages and libel?
Are you a landlord that needs to
How to answer an Unlawful Detainer or an
This program shows you simple step by step how to get it removed along with the
correct legal forms to demand that it be removed from record.
Included with this eviction record program
Full contact information on who to contact
Correct legal form and terminology to
How potential landlords find out about you
Blacklists (Yes your name is on it; Blacklist's Exist!)
What the law requires to register your name
When the law does NOT ALLOW your name to be registered
What a register will do even when the law states other wise!
What a register will do when you are un-aware of the law
How registers of evictions break civil codes
How they get away with it based on the public not knowing
Your rights to recourse
Dollar amounts that the register is liable for non-removal and penalties
Correct legal forms to submit
Names addresses, telephone #'s Email addresses, fax numbers of agents founders
presidents drawn from corporate and public records that you can directly serve
How to find out who your landlord is
Civil codes for disclosure
Overview of process
Finding out the Title holders
Obtaining landlords business name and records
Database search for names (Searchable interactive just type names in)
Public records database search (Searchable interactive just type names in)
Finding out business entities
Corporation database search (Searchable interactive just type names in)
County recorders directory
How to accumulate other tenants and from other locations to build cases
Legal reasons for evictions
Types of eviction notices and when they can be used.
Unlawful detainer (Eviction process)
Unlawful detainer process (Eviction process)
Method of service required to make it legal
Unlawful detainer legal forms and instructions
Overview of the eviction process
How to respond to an unlawful detainer process (Eviction process)
Eviction of un named occupants
Appearing in court
After the courts decision
Writ of possession
Setting aside a default judgment
Terminations and eviction responding a more in depth look
Written notices of termination
How to respond to an eviction notice
Proper service of notices
Verifying a tenants eviction record
When eviction records do not appear on credit reports
Glossary and terms eviction dictionary
Tenant lawyer and legal assistance database
Do you need an interpreter?
What are the reasons your landlord can evict you?
What type of eviction notice must your landlord give you?
How is the eviction notice delivered?
How is the Unlawful Detainer Action started?
How do you answer the Summons and Complaint?
What if your Summons tells you to pay your rent to the court?
How do you deliver your Answer, Notice of Appearance, or Certification?
Where do you file your original Answer, Notice of Appearance and Certification?
What if your Summons requires you to Answer the Complaint personally?
What happens if you receive an Order to Show Cause?
What happens at the Show Cause Hearing?
What if you want to have your case decided by a jury?
What happens if you move out before the Answer deadline or the show cause
What happens if your case is set for trial?
What happens if you do not answer the Summons and Complaint or you lose at the
Show Cause hearing or trial?
How long does the eviction process take and how much can it cost?
What if you and your landlord want to settle your case?
Where can you get legal help if you are being evicted?