A landlord can evict a tenant against the given causes:
If the tenant disregards the terms of the rental agreement incessantly, even after he has been advised, or abuses the central, state or local law and other obligations of the tenancy as stated in the agreement. Tenant eviction can happen because of criminal activity undertaken by the tenant or if the actions of the tenants puts the safety of others living in the building or neighborhood at risk. The landlord can evict members of the tenant's family or even his guest if he jeopardizes security of the neighborhood. Any drug related crime in the property or the neighborhood may also consequence in tenant eviction. A landlord may also conclude the lease and evict a tenant if any member of his household is evading arrest for crime committed.
Other reasons for which tenant eviction can be done by the landlord are:
causing annoyance to neighbors, damaging the premises, etc. If the tenant does not conform to the conditions of the renewed contract or if the landlord desires to use the property for his own use, or sell the property, he can evict the tenant.
The tenant eviction procedure is as follows:
The landlord can evict a tenant in accordance with the state and local laws. First a written notice has to be given to the tenant mentioning the basis for concluding the lease. An Eviction Notice can also be given simultaneously. The Housing Authority has to be notified of the date of tenant eviction.