Thursday, December 29, 2011


Some people think that when they are being evicted, from an apartment that it is no big deal this could not be further from the truth.

There are many consequences a person can face as a result of a legal eviction. Many people do not understand the ramifications of what it means to be the subject of an eviction.

You will be brought into eviction court this can be a very humiliating experience and also will be a matter of public record permanently. You can be forcibly remove from your apartment which is also another humiliating experience and again is part of a permanent record made public.

If a judgment is rendered against you you will be liable for the debt tell it is paid. This could also affect your credit standing. If you fail to pay they could possibly be a seizure of your assets including bank accounts and garnishments of your wages. Credit rating bureaus will be notified and again this could affect your credit card ,car loans, and even a mortgage in the future.

This also may cause an inability to qualify for renting a new place as you will be reported to the national tenant reporting services. This will severely hurt your chances of obtaining a decent place to live as most rentals require credit and tenant screening.

So if you are behind in your rent try to work with your landlord to solve the problem before eviction is the last option.

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