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Eviction Update (by Cheryl [NH]) Jun 5, 2008 2:50 PM
       Eviction Update (by ManateeAlley [FL]) Jun 5, 2008 5:14 PM
       Eviction Update (by Cheryl [NH]) Jun 5, 2008 6:58 PM

Eviction Update (by Cheryl [NH]) Posted on: Jun 5, 2008 2:50 PM

State Specific Question About: NEW HAMPSHIRE (NH)

This is an update to my 'Eviction' Posting: I went to the tenants. She wasn't home - her daughter-in-law (who's only 19) was there. She rips off the check from the stub and it is just signed. I told her that the tenant needs to make it payable to me.. I go out to the car & call the tenant. She doesn't answer. I had to go to work. I was so ticked off I forgot to leave the Demand & Eviction for June. Anyway, go back later. No one home. I leave the Demand & Evict and a note that I had previously copied - telling her that it is up to her to get the rent to me. It's not my responsibility to do the running around [especially w/gas prices]. I also called Sheriff - she was served with the writ on Tuesday, June 3. So that's where I'm at... THANKS to everyone for your help and support ! (To Mr. Rational -We're also renovating the upstairs apartment so we have been there quite often to keep an eye on the place)


Eviction Update (by ManateeAlley [FL]) Posted on: Jun 5, 2008 5:14 PM

You're going to accept A CHECK from a tenant you're evicting, which will stay the eviction until you find out its NSF? You may have to start all over again! --71.196.xx.xxx

Eviction Update (by Cheryl [NH]) Posted on: Jun 5, 2008 6:58 PM

This was not a personal check - it was a 'safe' check.. as I know the maker. Accepting partial payment in NH, I've since learned, does not constitute avoidance of the eviction. Doesn't matter - she's getting evicted no matter what. --65.175.xxx.xx

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