The process starts with the landlord cutting short the right of his/her tenant to possession of the rented property, and this is accomplished to through issuance of an eviction notice. Landlords are forced to issue out the eviction notices for a number of reasons. Top on the list is nonpayment of rent but it could also be due to a tenant holding over that is staying past the stipulated lease period in a rented property. There are also instances in which the tenant breaks a term or clause in the lease/rent agreement. It is recommended that a tenant who is faced with an eviction should seek for advice from a lawyer or consider approaching a nonprofit legal aid organization or low cost legal aid in case they have financial constraints. Click here to read more.