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Making a District of Columbia Eviction Notice
As a landlord, sometimes you have no choice but to evict a tenant. Use a District of Columbia Eviction Notice if you want to begin the process of removing your tenant.
Use the District of Columbia Eviction Notice document if:
You may never forcibly evict a tenant without going through the formal tenant eviction process.
An eviction notice is often the first step for a landlord attempting to evict tenants from a rental property in the District of Columbia. An eviction is a lawsuit in which a landlord asks the court to order another person (the tenant) to move out of a rental property. In addition to evicting the tenant, in many cases, the landlord may be able to sue the tenant for unpaid rent or damage to the rental property. Before the lawsuit begins, the landlord is required to give notice to the tenant. Note that Washington D.C. law does not allow landlords to evict a tenant without cause.