The requirements necessary to evict in Virginia differ somewhat depending on the circumstances surrounding the eviction. Eviction typically must begin with the landlord serving some sort of notice to the tenant.→ Read More
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I’m a Virginia tenant and I don’t want to move out of my home. How can I avoid eviction? What are my Virginia tenant eviction rights?
If you are a tenant who has received a lawful notice, you can do what is requested in the notice, negotiate with your landlord, or fight eviction in court after the process has begun.→ Read More
I’m a Virginia landlord with a difficult tenant. I’ve given the tenant the proper Virginia termination notice, but he still won’t leave. What next? What is the Virginia eviction process?
If you have already properly served the tenant with any one of the available Virginia termination notices and the tenant still will not leave, you may begin a lawsuit by filing a Summons for Lawful Detainer with the General District Court in the county of the premises.→ Read More
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