When looking to evict a tenant, the timing of the process varies. It depends on the reason why they’re being evicted. If a tenant is being evicted for non-payment of rent, the general timeline of that is 2-3 months and it can vary in a case by case basis. On the other hand, if a tenant is going to be evicted for another reason such as the lease lapsing or the tenant has materially breached the lease, the timing could be a little longer such as 2-6 months. If you are in a situation where you want to evict your tenant, it is a good idea to contact an experienced Landlord Tenant attorney whom you can trust.
This informational blog post was brought to you by Scott R. Lingenfelter, an experienced Hartford, Connecticut Landlord Tenant Lawyer, and associate at The Law Offices of Marc N. Needelman. Contact the law office for a free initial consultation.