If your landlord has gone to court to evict you, the court will notify you and tell you when and where to go to court. You will be notified in one of two ways: By certified mail, return receipt requested If you get a card from the Post Office telling you to pick up some certified mail, GET IT! If you do not, the court will evict you anyway and you will not get a chance to defend yourself. By Constable A Constable will try to deliver the notice to you in person. If you are not home, he will tape it to your door.
Most leases include rules and promises by the tenant. Some examples are: a promise to not make noise that disturbs the neighbors or a promise not to run a business out of the house without the landlord’s permission. The Landlord-Tenant Code also includes rules that are made a part of all leases automatically, even if the lease is not written down. Some of these are:
This is an online interview that guides you through completing a JP Court form for Landlord Tenant Summary Possession.
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