I want to avoid the same problem I have now in evicting a garage tenant if I re rent the garage. I know self storage companies have language in the lease that they can dispose of property if rent isn't paid. Do they have different rules? Can terms in a commercial lease for a garage state that if the rent hasn't been paid for 2 months the garage will be considered abandoned. That notice will be sent of abandonment, and if there is no response after 30 days then the landlord will take possession of the property and/or contents? I'm not asking about these exact words, but is there any way this concept with proper attorney wording, can be enforced without an eviction? Does email count as notice if they won't give a forwarding address? Thank you!Thank you for your help. It's not a parking garage. I should clarify that the garage is part of a private home and resides on the property and would just be used for storage for a contractor or such, or the contents of someone's small apt. It's not for parking and isn't a big commercial venture where I would take out all those licenses. I'm just trying to prevent getting burned again with yet another eviction I would need to do. Trying to be proactive. I might not rent it again at all with all I have to go through to get someone out though.