I agree. Yes, it can be done, but using a Landlord-Tenant lawyer would be strongly advised. Also, in Pennsylvania, there is a distinction between "ejectment" and "eviction". Make sure you are pursuing the correct type of action.
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Hire an attorney to do the work for you.
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I agree with my colleague - the simple answer is yes, but all of the details of the situation need to be examined carefully. The homeowner definitely needs an attorney to make this happen.Ask a similar question