What to do if I own land and there’s a mobile home on it and the tenant refuses to move it even after a put a 30 day eviction notice?

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What to do if I own land and there’s a mobile home on it and the tenant refuses to move it even after a put a 30 day eviction notice?

She keeps ignoring my calls she won’t respond to any of my messages. What could I do after this point? Could I make the mobile home mind since I’m losing money?

Asked on December 5, 2012 under Real Estate Law, Oklahoma

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Answered 8 years ago | Contributor

Since the tenant has failed to move after the thirty (30) day notice to vacate was served upon him or her, then you need to contact a landlord tenant attorney to file an eviction action against the tenant so as to get the tenant and mobile home off your property.


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