Oklahoma City Eviction Lawyer Assisting Landlords

eviction notice on doorBuying rental properties can help individuals and businesses to build wealth. Rental units can quickly become a liability, however, when a tenant is failing to meet their obligations. If a tenant is failing to pay rent, is damaging the property, or is otherwise causing problems then expenses can add up rather quickly for the property owner. Oklahoma law is cognizant of the fact many landlords are individuals or small business owners who do not have unlimited resources. Our state allows a property owner to have their day in Court and to reclaim their property. Vivid Niroula is an Oklahoma City eviction lawyer who assists landlords with getting the situation back on track. He prides himself on providing quality service and will give your case the attention it deserves. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.

Oklahoma City eviction attorney assisting landlords with cases involving the non-payment of rent or lease violations

Oklahoma allows for a tenant to be evicted for various reasons. The most common reason for an eviction is the failure to pay rent. Other common reasons include a tenant staying past the end of their lease, other lease violations (such as the presence of unauthorized pets), or criminal activity. It can take time to remove a tenant from the property. It is important to start the process as soon as possible so that, in turn, rent can begin to flow as soon as possible.

The process of evicting a tenant begins by serving them with a “Notice to Quit.” They will then be given an amount of time, under the notice, to voluntarily vacate the property. The amount of time given to the tenant will depend on the reason for which they are being asked to leave. For non-payment of rent, the tenant will be provided with a five-day notice. Other reasons may involve a longer notice. An example of this would be a tenant who has overstayed their lease. Such a tenant would receive a thirty-day notice. If the tenant does not voluntarily vacate the property then an eviction action may be filed. A hearing will be held and, if successful, the Court will order that the property be returned to you. The Sheriff will then assist you with removing the tenant and reclaiming your property. While this process may sound straightforward, any mistakes can cause a delay which, in turn, can delay one’s reclaiming of their property. Retaining an experienced attorney can help to ensure that the matter is handled properly.

Vivid Niroula is an Oklahoma City eviction attorney assisting both in-state and out-of-state landlords. Vivid will use your initial appointment to review your lease and any relevant correspondence that you have had with your tenant. Our office will quickly serve the Notice to Quit and begin the process. He will represent you at the hearing and make the best possible case to the Judge. Our firm will then assist you in dealing with the Sheriff’s office. Vivid understands that time is of the essence in such situations. He handles all matters in our office personally. This means that you will be dealing with your attorney and not a paralegal. Vivid will keep you up to date as the process moves forward and will be available to answer your questions. Contact us online or by telephone today to schedule an initial consultation.

OKC eviction lawyer assisting landlords with other real estate issues

Our firm understands that landlords often have needs other than an eviction. This is why our attorney assists with the drafting and review of property leases, the review and drafting of purchase agreements, and the formation of LLC’s or other entities. We understand that managing property is a time-consuming affair. We strive to be the solution for any issue you may face so that you are not forced to retain multiple law firms. In addition to OKC, we also assist individuals in Edmond, Norman, Mustang, Nichols Hills, Yukon, El Reno, Shawnee, Chandler, and Stillwater.