How to evict deadbeat roommate in Arizona
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|Oct 23rd, 2011, 10:18 AM||#12|
Re: How to evict deadbeat roommate in Arizona
You are without any legal rights to do anything about this situation.
Your landlord must take the steps to legally evict her. You cannot.
No, you are not "allowed" to file in court anything regarding your "verbal agreement". For one thing, tenancies such as this must be in writing. Secondly, this is the landlord's issue to deal with. Not yours. You can do nothing legally to evict her.
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