However, when it comes to roommates, all of them will pay the rent and share a common accommodation. So, who needs to vacate becomes a problem.
A lot depends on the agreement and who signed on it. Secondly the reasons for eviction are considered. Based on these two facts, the decision is made by the court as to who has to be evicted. As a rule, the people who have signed the lease agreement have the same rights. In case one of the roommates has not signed, then they will have to move out when it comes to eviction. If both the parties have signed the rental agreement, then the reasons for eviction are considered. The only reasons that will be considered are if the roommate poses any kind of threat or danger to your physical well being, if he or she has committed a crime, has broken the law or is being abusive.
If there is no valid reason, then it can be quite challenging for a person to be evicted. If your roommate has not been paying any rent for more than 60 days, then you could evict.
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