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Eviction Notice Worksheet


Overview
- This Eviction Notice Worksheet is used by a landlord to gather information on a tenant that will assist the landlord, or the landlord's attorney if one is hired, when proceeding with an eviction against a tenant.
- An eviction is the act of making a tenant surrender possession of property.  Due to the many legal requirements involved in correctly evicting a tenant, it is recommended that an attorney be hired to handle the eviction proceedings.
- If you own real estate that you rent to someone else, such as a single house or a multi-unit apartment building, you are subject to certain laws that prohibit discrimination in providing housing.  Just as the landlord cannot discriminate against a rental applicant, the landlord cannot use these criteria to evict a tenant who is already in possession.
- Under federal law, it is illegal to discriminate against a housing applicant on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age or disability.  Contact the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) if you have questions about the federal law.  

When You Need It
- Used by a landlord to gather information about a tenant that the landlord wishes to evict. 


Getting Started

You will need:
- To follow the Interview for this document which will guide you through the information you will need to present to your attorney to begin the eviction process.

When to Review and Revise 
- To correct the information contained in the worksheet.
- To draft another Eviction Notice Worksheet.