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Detroit Location: 18551 W. Warren Ave., Detroit, MI. 48228 Southfield Location: 24300 Southfield, Ste 210, Southfield, MI. 48075
18551 W. Warren Ave.,
Detroit, MI. 48228
1 (313) 982 -0010
24300 Southfield, Ste 210,
Southfield, MI. 48075
1 (248) 281 -6299
Almost 30% of Detroit landlords who represent their-self fail at their first attempt to evict tenants in 36th District Court. This is mostly due to technical mistakes made in the eviction process. Starting over in court costs time and money.
We help residential and commercial landlords evict problem tenants due to non-payment of rent or non-compliance with a lease.
Avoid delays - start the eviction process in Detroit today
We handle all phases of the eviction process starting with the preparation and filing of the summons and complaint, arranging for service by the court officers. We handle court appearances and any motions related to the complaint. Once an eviction order is obtained we arrange for the placement of the order with the sheriff for execution.
Landlords - Keep in mind that although eviction trials are usually quick and deal with the issue of either non payment of rent or possession, they are real trials nevertheless. Evidence needs to be properly presented, authenticated and argued. Landlord cases may get dismissed for improper 30 days notice.
Squatters might be causing damage to your property, be noisy, engage in anti-social behavior such as using drugs, allowing big groups of people into the property, or around it, sub-letting the property or being simply disruptive to neighbors.
• Holdover & Breach of Lease
• Commercial Property
• Section 8 and HUD Houses
• Evict Tenant From Wayne County Purchased Property
Michigan new laws made squatting a crime punishable by up to 180 days behind bars and a $5,000 fine for the first offense, while making the second offense a felony punishable by 2 years in prison and a $10,000 fine.
Michigan Laws Against Squatting
Evicting a Tenant for Illegal Activity
Evicting a Tenant for Drug Crimes
Evicting a Tenant for Non Payment of Rent
Evicting a Tenant for Lease Expired
Michigan Eviction Non-Payment of Rent
If you are evicting your tenant for non-payment of rent, you need to give the tenant a 7-day notice called (Demand For Possession / Nonpayment of Rent).
If you are serious about evicting a tenant, We recommend the following to make sure you cover every issue.
(a) Put on notice word (all occupants ) after your tenant name. (Call our office if have question).
(b) (If your property in Detroit), hire a bailiff from 36th District Court ($40 to $60) to serve your tenant with summon and compliant. Keep in mine the court in Detroit has a strict process for evicting tenant.
The 36th District Court is a very unique and special court that has its own policies and procedures. It is different from any other district court. Many lawyers are not familiar with the court's customs and procedures.
Make Sure To Follow The Process Correctly Or Your Case May Be dismissed
Land Contact Tenants
Wayne County Tax Sale Tenants
Sheriff's Deed Tenants
Non Non Payment Of Rent Tenants
We Draft All Paperwork
We File Evictions With The Court
We Attend Hearing
We do not represent tenants.
Reasons to evict a tenant
Are you a property owner or manager?
Do you have a lease with your tenant?
Type of notice served (if any)
Please tell us the main reason(s) you want to evict your tenant.
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First, you need to serve your tenant with either 7 days (non payment of rent) or 30 days (termination). Make sure to do the notice correctly.
If your tenant fails to comply with your notice, then you need to go to the court and file a complaint. Make sure to serve your tenant again with a lawsuit and file a proof of service with court
Then the judge will order an eviction after a hearing and the bailiff (not the landlord) will remove your tenant from your property.
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