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Fall River Eviction Lawyers.

If you are a landlord in Massachusetts who needs to regain control of your rental property and collect back-rent, retaining an Eviction Lawyer is the first step.

We have helped landlords regain control of their premises from tenants who simply fail to pay their rent, have breached their lease, or have committed a criminal act on the premises.

We understand the financial pressure on our clients to regain control of their property and lease it to a paying tenant as soon as possible. We offer our clients flat-rates on most evictions. Call us at 774-955-0808 to speak with Fall River, Massachusetts Eviction Lawyer Richard E. Kühn, III.

In Massachusetts, the procedure to evict a tenant varies depending on the grounds for eviction. Making sure that each step is followed to the letter of the law is imperative in Massachusetts. It is important to note that Massachusetts Eviction actions may be maintained in either the Housing Court or the District Court.

 

Additionally, a prerequisite to maintaining an eviction action is properly serving the Notice to Quit. The form of the Notice to Quit varies depending on the reason for eviction and must be served properly or else the action may be dismissed weeks later. Therefore it is imperative that the Notice be drafted perfectly and served in the same manner. An example of a notice to quit can be found on the Mass.gov website here https://www.mass.gov/files/documents/2016/08/wg/notice-quit-14.pdf

 

The right time to call a Massachusetts Eviction Lawyer is the day of the tenants failure to adhere to a lease provision or pay rent. We can assist you in making sure that the process is carried out smoothly and efficiently.

 

There are important differences between the Housing and District Courts that we happily advise our clients on. Often times we encounter clients who have attempted to initiate the eviction process on their own and have made costly mistakes that cause the eviction process to drag on longer than it should. Don't go it alone; call a Massachusetts Eviction Lawyer today and let us handle your eviction from start to finish. Call 774-955-0808 for a free initial consultation today!

 

Informative Links:

Massachusetts General Laws c. 239