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I'm Being Evicted because My Landlord Wants to Recover Possession of My Home (Non-Subsidized Housing)

This toolkit tells you what you need to know if you may be evicted because your landlord wants to take back possession of your home. This means your landlord wants to stop renting to you. This may happen if your landlord thinks you broke your lease, wants to end a month-to-month rental agreement, or thinks you have stayed after your lease ended. This might also happen after a foreclosure.  This toolkit is not right for you if you live in subsidized housing, or if you are being evicted from a mobile home park.

For general information about what to do if you are facing this kind of eviction, read the Articles. Read the Common Questions if you have a specific question. If you received a complaint and are facing eviction, or if you have been defaulted in an eviction case, use the Forms link to prepare your forms. Use the Checklist below to make sure you follow all the steps in the process. Go to Courts & Agencies for information about the court or agency that will handle your case.

Common Questions

Common Questions

Checklist - How to File an Answer to an Eviction Complaint (print)

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