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In order to begin to evict a tenant, a landlord must first serve proper notice to the tenant to terminate the tenancy. Whether or not the landlord can evict the tenant depends on the terms of the rental agreement and the reason why the landlord wants to evict the tenant. There are 3-day, 30-day, 60-day and 90-day notices required under California law, depending on the reason for evicting the tenant. Is the tenant on a month-to-month tenancy or a lease term? What has the tenant done or why do you want to evict the tenant?
I'm sorry, but I didn't realize that you were in Canada. I'm in California and won't be able to assist you with your matter.
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If I understand the question correctly the tenant is:
If that is a correct summary of the situation, then you can terminate the tenancy for the following reasons:
47 (1) A landlord may end a tenancy by giving notice to end the tenancy if one or more of the following applies:
There is considerable information for landlords online here: http://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/housing-tenancy/residential-tenancies/ending-a-tenancy/landlord-notice and here http://www.tenantsbc.ca/evicting%20a%20tenant.htm.
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