The landlord must inform you first of this
intention. They may give notice by
- Giving the notice to you
- Giving it to any adult who lives in
- Leaving it on your door.
For all states, we
suggest the landlord also mail the notice
certified and regular US Mail to the tenant.
If you receive an eviction notice,
consult an attorney. You may go to court
and explain your situation. If you have not lived up
to the lease and or have not paid your rent on time,
you probably will not be allowed to remain in the
apartment or home. The landlord cannot, however,
remove your possessions without a court order.