Chronic Nonpayment Proceedings: Multiple Nonpayment Judgments May be Grounds for Eviction

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Do you have a tenant that you have been forced to bring multiple nonpayment proceedings against over a short period of time? There may be something you can do to remove the tenant permanently and avoid the vicious cycle of going to court, obtaining a judgment and warrant, tenant finally paying the rent, and then having the same thing happen over and over again. It’s called a chronic nonpayment cause of action commenced under a holdover proceeding.

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