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Notice of Eviction Ramifications

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This is a letter than can be used by landlords that are in the midst of evicting a tenant and want to provide more information to the tenant about the eviction process. Some tenants may not know much about the eviction process or why they are being evicted. This letter explains to the tenant what options they have in lieu of the eviction proceedings. This document should be used by landlords or property management companies that want to provide more information about the eviction process to their tenants.

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									This is a letter than can be used by landlords that are in the midst of evicting a tenant
and want to provide more information to the tenant about the eviction process. Some
tenants may not know much about the eviction process or why they are being evicted.
This letter explains to the tenant what options they have in lieu of the eviction
proceedings. This document should be used by landlords or property management
companies that want to provide more information about the eviction process to their
tenants.




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                                  Notice of Eviction Ramifications

                                  Eviction and How it Affects You

Dear Tenant,

As you know, your account is now or soon will be in “Eviction Status”. It’s possible that
you may not know about or understand the ramifications of what it means to be the
subject of an eviction proceeding. Below is a list of easy to understand consequences a
person can face as a result of an eviction:

        A.   Eviction Court. This can be a humiliating experience and also matter of
        permanent public record.

        B.    Dispossession. You will be forcibly removed from the premises. This can
        be a humiliating experience and also matter of permanent public record.

        C.      Judgment. Your credit rating will be severely damaged. This may also
        result in

                A collection process until your debt is paid in full;
                Possible seizure of assets you may own, including bank accounts;
                Garnishment of wages;
                Notification of credit bureaus causing inability to qualify for lines of credit,
                 including credit cards, car loans and mortgages;
                Notification of National Tenant Reporting Services causing inability to
                 qualify for rental housing (Most quality rentals require credit & tenant
                 screening)

We understand that you are having difficulties paying your rent or complying with your
lease agreement. We sincerely hope you will be able to resolve any problems you are
currently experiencing and bring your account out of eviction status.


                                                                          Sincerely,


                                                                          __________________
                                                                          Owner/ Manager




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