When Is an Eviction Illegal?
When Is an Eviction Illegal? This is a question many tenants across the United States are asking. It's important to know when an eviction may be illegal, so that tenants can protect their rights and seek help if necessary. In general, evictions are considered illegal if they violate any local or state laws, or specific terms of the lease agreement.
In some cases, landlords may attempt to evict tenants illegally by refusing to accept rent payments or not providing proper notice before filing for eviction in court. This is known as a “self-help” eviction and it is illegal in all states. Additionally, landlords cannot evict tenants based on race, religion or other protected classes such as gender identity or sexual orientation.
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