How to Send a Legal Notice to Tenant to Vacant Premises


The following are the steps involved in bringing an eviction case against a tenant:

Questionnaire and documents: When you submit a request, you will receive a checklist of documents as well as a questionnaire to record your details.

Verification of documents: You will be asked to submit clear scanned copies of all relevant documents to a lawyer for verification. Within 7 days of obtaining the papers, the petition will be drafted and shared with you for review and approval.

Signed Copy: You must print the draft on legal-size paper, sign it, and mail or courier it to them.

Court filing: Within three days of obtaining the signed petition, the case will be brought to the appropriate civil court.

First and foremost, Hearing: To have the case accepted, the lawyer would make preliminary arguments to the court. Following the lawyer's presentation of claims, the Court would order the opposing party to file a reply.

Hearings and arguments: The court will hold hearings and discuss the evidence that has been submitted to it. They'll keep you informed about the progress of your case.

The court will render its decision in this case.