Since there's no question, there's not really any advice to give. If you want to evict someone in Oregon, you need to file for eviction your county court. You would need to give proper notices and to prevail and you'd want to make sure that your tenant doesn't have any defenses. It usually makes sense to hire a lawyer with experience in real estate and commercial leases to help with the process. Avvo is better suited for quick answers to general but limited legal questions, not the place where you're likely to get open ended do-it-yourself help. If you're looking for a referral, you can choose from plenty of real estate attorneys who advertise and answer questions on Avvo or you can contact the Oregon State Bar Lawyer Referral Service.
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If it is a commercial lease, you just need to follow the notice requirements of the lease agreement. If they fail to pay rent within the time required in your notice, you can file an FED in the court in your jurisdiction.Ask a similar question
You are obligated to comply with the terms of your lease, and this excerpt does not make them clear. You should hire a real estate attorney to review the lease and advise you on this matter.Ask a similar question
1. Forget the 72 hour notice question; you said this is a commercial lease.
2. As stated, you need to comply with the notice provisions, which don't seem very landlord friendly. If I am reading it correctly you first must give 14 days notice of the default. Then, if it is not cured, you must give another 30 days notice in order to terminate the lease. Then you can bring commercial FED proceedings and also can sue for damages for the breach (lost rent, damage to the premises, etc.). Once you get possession, you need to try to mitigate your damages by finding another tenant.
This comment is general in nature and is not intended as legal advice. It does not create an attorney client relationship and obviously is not confidential. You should contact an attorney in your area who can review with you all of the relevant facts and give you specific legal advice.Ask a similar question