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Lease states tenant must vacate without court eviction

There is a clause in my lease that if the tenant doesn't pay rent he will receive a 7 day pay or quit and if he doesn't move or pay he will receive an eviction notice to vacate in 7 days.  Lease states and tenant agreed and signed they would move without court eviction.  The tenant signed and initialed each page of the lease.  Can I legally evict them without court order since they agreed to it?

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I am not a legal expert, but I can provide some general information. In most jurisdictions, eviction is a legal process that typically requires going through the court system. While a tenant may have agreed to move out without a court eviction in the lease, it's important to note that such agreements may not be enforceable or may be subject to local laws and regulations.

In many cases, even if a tenant agrees to move out voluntarily, it is still advisable to follow the proper legal procedures to avoid potential legal complications. This may include providing proper notice and following the eviction process outlined by local laws.

To fully understand your rights and obligations as a landlord and to ensure you comply with the laws in your jurisdiction, it is crucial to consult with a lawyer who specializes in landlord-tenant law. They can provide you with accurate and up-to-date advice based on your specific circumstances and local regulations.

Remember, eviction laws and procedures can vary significantly depending on your location, and it's always best to seek professional legal advice to protect your rights and ensure you follow the correct procedures.

- This answer was written by AI (ChatGPT) and reviewed by the ezLandlordForms team.

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