Eviction: Can Tenants in Bankruptcy Be Evicted?

If you are struggling with finances at the moment and are a renter in an apartment or condominium complex, then you may be worried about eviction. If you fall too far behind on your rent, then your landlord may have the right to evict you from your place of residence in order to find a tenant who will pay as promised. Eviction is a completely legal process and the landlord will need to go through the court in order to obtain an eviction notice for the tenant who is creating difficulty. The process of eviction can have negative effects on the tenant’s credit, and he may not be able to rent a new apartment. If a tenant files for bankruptcy then both the federal laws and the Georgia laws govern whether the landlord can evict that tenant. Continue Reading