How do I evict a tenant from a property I own?

According to state law, landlords can evict tenants for non-payment of rent, or in cases where the tenant refuses to leave after “Notice to Vacate” has been properly served and the tenant’s last day has passed.  A tenant can also be evicted if the tenant or any person on the premises with the tenant’s consent acts in a manner that unreasonably disturbs other tenants peaceful enjoyment of the premises.  N.D. Century Code § 47-32-01.

For more information, visit the Legal Services of North Dakota Landlord-Tenant Law in North Dakota website.

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