I no longer want anyone here. I'm taking care if my elderly father and I want my home back. There's too much disrespect and commotion. None of them have been here quite a year. Two are brothers who share a room. They never help with chores or their own messes, are super lazy and always late on rent. All four have their friends running in and out 24/7. I'm done.
Assuming they are not so late paying as to justify a 72 hr notice to terminate their tenancy, and assuming they are on a month to month tenacy, the you have give them at least 30 days (60 days if they have been there more than a year) prior written notice to terminate their tenancy. Understand that as a landlord you must exactly comply with all the requirements and legal procedures or risk having any eviction lawsuit thrown out with you owing their court costs and attorney's fees, all while they stay - likely to be a very uncomfortable situation. There requirements as to what has to be included in the notice and how it must be served. And don't even think about using email or text message for the notice. All in all, you may wish to consult a landlord-tenant attorney for assistance in being sure you get it right. Good luck.
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