Evicted tenants returning to property

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HUDMANAGER in Sacramento, California

72 months ago

Yes, they are tresspassing and can be arrested! Whoever, they are visiting you should lease violate with a 3 day covenant or quit and if they show up during that three day you can evict the people they are visiting.
You don't need a restraining order. YOur current residents are responsible for all guests and their guests behaivors etc.
Tell not only the former residents but the current residents that they are tresspassing and they cannot be at the property. if they don't listen evict them . Consult your attorney as the laws may be different in each state.

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71 months ago

HUDMANAGER in Sacramento, California said: Yes, they are tresspassing and can be arrested! Whoever, they are visiting you should lease violate with a 3 day covenant or quit and if they show up during that three day you can evict the people they are visiting.
You don't need a restraining order. YOur current residents are responsible for all guests and their guests behaivors etc.
Tell not only the former residents but the current residents that they are tresspassing and they cannot be at the property. if they don't listen evict them . Consult your attorney as the laws may be different in each state.

Actually I asked our local cops.. and they told me that it is not considered trespassing! That bummed me out.

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HUDMANAGER in Carmichael, California

71 months ago

Actually you have to tell them 3X and sign a letter with the PD to get them to enforce it at least in CAlifornia. Don't let them shoot you down! They are lying! I have had to do it many times, and yes you have to sign and agreement with the police!

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Apartment Manager in Encinitas, California

56 months ago

I don't think you can have them arrested for trespassing, but you can evict the tenant they are visiting for the actions of their guests.

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sandyrvrsd in riverside, California

17 months ago

Actually I did consult an attorney about this issue. The attorney said the person evicted cannot return to the apartment they were evicted from. But apartment managers have no right to dictate which guests residents can or cannot have.

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