You need to start with proper written notice and if they don't move, file in eviction court. Your local eviction court should have forms and instructions at the filing desk or online and here is a pamphlet that describes the process. Best of luck. http://ww2.valdosta.edu/~sostapsk/LandT.HTM
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I agree with the previous answer and suggest you will be time and money ahead to hire a lawyer to handle the eviction. One missed step and you are back the beginning best case and stuck with their fees and costs or worse. Use the find a lawyer tab to find a lawyer who handles evictions regularly in where the tenants are.
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If you tenants are in breach of the lease for destroying the property, then just send a demand for possession and file a dispossessory.. same thing with non payment of rent. Either scenario does not require 30 days notice.
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