If you rent commercial property to a business owner, or if you rent property to run your own business, numerous responsibilities may be on your plate. Whether you have to manage multiple rental properties or are only renting one unit, you may run into disagreements over any number of issues. At Dunlap & Seeger, our Minnesota firm knows that there are different reasons why landlords decide to evict tenants. If you are in this position, it may be helpful to review some of the ins and outs of eviction and you should carefully prepare for any obstacles that may arise.
If your tenant is refusing to pay rent, eviction may allow you to gain access to back rent and find a new tenant who will make payments on time, which can be financially beneficial. Moreover, you may experience less stress and even anger, which is also helpful. Whether you want to protect your property from damage that is being caused by a current renter or you want to have them held accountable for violating the terms of the rental agreement, there are all sorts of factors that can play a role in your decision to move forward with an eviction.
However, you may be concerned about the threat of eviction and the impact it could have on your business. Fortunately, you may be able to alleviate these concerns by knowing your rights and carefully planning ahead.
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