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    Cool Can You Evict a Commercial Tenant for Not Paying Rent

    My question involves an eviction in the state of: PA

    I inherit a tenant in my commercial first floor doing hair salon who has been kept refusing to sign contract. Now seems he plans to not pay next rent to use of security deposit. When it happens, can I evict him. ( Without a signed landlord-tenant contract )

    I use a same rental rate same as previous owner (same as 8 years ago as well ). And provide free use of basement.

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    Default Re: Can You Evict a Commercial Tenant for Not Paying Rent

    When a tenant fails to pay rent, you can follow proper procedure to serve a demand for payment and, if that fails, proceed with eviction. So if your question means, "Can I properly follow landlord-tenant law and, if he doesn't pay, evict him through the courts", yes.

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