How to Legally Evict a Tenant and Prepare for an Eviction – The Real Estate Law Podcast

In this episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast, we’re discussing evictions and how to remove and evict a tenant from a property.  Evictions can be tricky, especially when you evict a tenant in Massachusetts, and there are many details and steps that a landlord should take in order to keep the process moving smoothly and without incident.

  • Each step of the eviction process needs to be precise.
  • What is a Notice to Quit?
  • When should you bring in an attorney?
  • How will you end up in court?
  • When is Mediation appropriate?

Learn all of this and more!

Join Jason Muth and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill of NextHome Titletown and UrbanVillage Legal in Boston, Massachusetts for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast!

The Real Estate Law Podcast Episode 5

How to Legally Evict a Tenant and Prepare for an Eviction

SHOW TOPICS + ITEMS WE COVERED:

  • How to prepare for an eviction and end a tenancy.
  • Massachusetts has some extremely burdensome tenant protection laws.
  • Even technical violations can sink a landlord.
  • Each step of the eviction process needs to be precisely, not too soon, and not too late.
  • When should a landlord start the process to evict a tenant?
  • How to start the process for an eviction.
  • What is a Notice to Quit?
  • Steps to take before going to court.
  • How to closely audit a counterclaim risk.
  • What is the Mass Law Reform Institute?
  • When should a lawyer be brought in?
  • What to expect in court when you evict a tenant?
  • When to utilize Mediation (aka friendly extortion).

RESOURCES:

GUEST INFO:

Attorney / Broker Rory Gill

  • UrbanVillage Legal – rorygill@urbanvillagelegal.com
  • NextHome Titletown – rory@nexthometitletown.com

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