Revenue Recovery Seminar
A landlord's guide to recovering rental fees and broken leases.
- 75 US dollars$75
- Grand River Avenue
A. Starting the process to taking your tenant to Small Claims Court 1. Making sure you have the proper paperwork for your tenant like a signed lease agreement, social security number, check list for the property when they moved in, etc. 2. When to file the 7 day notice and how to properly fill out the form and the best way to deliver the form 3. Discuss time frame between filing the 7 day notice with an attorney or yourself. I’ll discuss when you can file yourself and when you have to have an attorney 4. Preparation once your attorney gives you a court date B. What happens once you get the verdict from the court date 1. Do you want the tenant to stay or leave? 2. Proper paperwork to file if you want the tenant to leave 3. What to do if the tenant doesn’t pay or leave by the time frame allotted 4. Explain a Writ, when to file, who files the form and what happens after you file C. How to properly Evict Your tenant and collect the eviction fee’s 1. Filling out the Small Claims form or forms 2. The options on having the tenant served with the Small Claim form with their court date and the amount your suing for 3. How to prepare for your court date 4. Documentation needed for your court date D. Small Claims Court Information 1. What to expect when you go to court 2. Discuss going thru a mediator or going in front of the judge 3. Discuss what to do if the tenant doesn’t pay as agreed 4. Garnishment options such as their wages, bank account or State tax returns
18701 Grand River Avenue, Detroit, MI, USA