What is an Eviction Process Worksheet?
An Eviction Process Worksheet helps you get the eviction process started the right way.It provides a checklist of things to do, and items to review, when you are preparing to evict a tenant, and can cover a range of different scenarios. You can compile information which can include the following: a review of the lease provisions; violations of the rental agreement; the amount of unpaid rent; the number of days that the tenant has stayed in the rental property beyond the end of the lease; receipts regarding clean-up costs of the rental property; the amount of damage to the rental property; a list of photographs of the damages; estimates concerning the repair of the damages; a list of witnesses who have knowledge of an incident that is cause for eviction; and a list of written statements or recorded statements from potential witnesses.
When to use an Eviction Process Worksheet:
- You need to evict a tenant.
- A tenant hasn't been following the rental agreement, and you think an eviction might be coming up.
- You're a property manager.
- You regularly lease properties and want to be prepared for possible evictions.
EVICTION PROCESS WORKSHEET
Reason(s) for Eviction:
Non-payment of rent
|Rental payment was due on:|
|Rent is delinquent for the month of :|
|Amount of monthly rental payment is:|
|Total amount still due:|
Payment must be made by to avoid possible legal action.
Tenant held over in rental unit after the lease ended
Tenant has been in the rental property for days after the lease period ended.
Violation of rental agreement
|Explanation of violation:|
|Explanation of illegal activities:|
The following documents regarding the eviction are in the possession of the landlord or manager:
There are printed rules governing the rental agreement.
The lease is governed by law.
, Ext. . .