What is a Notice to Quit?
A tenant can be evicted from the property for a variety of reasons. Some common reasons are failure to pay rent, destruction of property and refusal to follow rules and regulations.
Before a landlord can file a lawsuit to evict the tenant, the tenant must be served a Notice to Quit.

After the specified time on the Notice to Quit has passed, a complaint may be filed in district court. There is a fee for filing the complaint. A copy of the complaint and a notice of the court hearing must be served on the tenant.

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1. What is a civil case?
2. What is a plaintiff and what's their role?
3. What are filing fees and costs associated with the case?
4. What is a small claims court?
5. What are the definitions of a tenant and a landlord?
6. What is a Notice to Quit?
7. What happens if I as a tenant fail to appear before court?
8. What if a tenant disagrees with the eviction notice?