Legal Question in Landlord & Tenant Law in Ohio

Landlord rights

Our renters do not have a lease and they have not paid their rent. Do I, as the landlord have to give them notice prior to evicting in the state of Ohio

Asked on 4/17/07, 5:52 pm

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Gregory Gordillo Gordillo & Gordillo LLC
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Re: Landlord rights

Yes. You must give the tenants the correct notice of at least 3 days to get out before they are evicted in Ohio. The laws have many technicalities with which a landlord must comply. If you fail to comply with all of them, a court is not likely to evict the tenants until you get the notice right. So you would be wise to hire a lawyer who knows these laws to assist you.

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Answered on 4/18/07, 12:27 pm

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