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Sebastopolfun

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Hi I filed a 3 day notice to pay rent or quit and then served tenant with summons and complaint, tenant has responded with a demurer. not sure what pertains to, I found out when I called to follow-up on summons and clerk told me that . I need help with making thje correct choice to contine, Request Trial ? Amend ? Best, John
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he or she is messing with you, seems like they are a jerk. looks like an objection to your notice. if they have not paid "request trial" its a dispossessory hearing. which in most states you can file on line. Its a straight forward process, file on line they give you a court date u see them in court. if they are not prepared to pay their rent at that time with late fees and lawyers fees they will be evicted. The judge is not concerned with any outstanding repairs if any.  

once you get the ruling and its in your favor in states when it comes time to change locks and if need be remove their belongings from the unit, you can request a sheriff be present if you anticipate any trouble. 

in some states the eviction can happen in the same month. Its not a fun thing but I am sure you have read and heard stories where the tenant jerking the owner around for years with lies, fake promises etc. if you think this is the case with this tenant cut your losses early. 

de·mur·rer
dəˈmərər/
noun
 
  1. an objection.
    • LAWdated
      an objection that an opponent's point is irrelevant or invalid, while granting the factual basis of the point.
      "on demurrer it was held that the plaintiff's claim succeeded"
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Sebastopolfun, I think you should seek legal assistance. 


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