Georgia Eviction

Georgia eviction has three bases: non-payment of rent, failure to give up the premises at the end of the lease, and breach of the lease or the rules in it (but only if the lease provides for the termination in the event of such a breach). Before filing for eviction, Georgia eviction laws require that landlords must first demand that the tenant vacate the rental property. If a landlord wishes to end a tenancy earlier than the lease allows, they are required to give the tenant appropriate eviction notice.

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UPDATED: Jul 16, 2021

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