Licking County Ohio Eviction Attorney

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Licking County Ohio Eviction Attorney

Andrew J. Ruzicho II, Esq. (614) 447-2365
Licking County Ohio Eviction Attorney
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If you are looking for a Licking County Ohio Eviction Attorney, please consider contacting Andrew Ruzicho. Mr. Ruzicho has performed evictions in Licking County Municipal Court and has practiced in front of the eviction magistrates there. He has an intimate familiarity with the eviction process in Licking County Ohio. He works to process eviction matters in a quick and efficient manner with the goal of the landlord obtaining possession as soon as possible.

A typical eviction usually involves a nonpayment of rent situation but Mr. Ruzicho also performs evictions in land installment contract, subsidized housing, mobile home, and other breach of lease matters.

To begin the eviction process, Mr. Ruzicho needs a copy of the eviction notice that was posted, a copy of the lease and a copy of the ledger showing the last several months of payment history for the tenant. A judge should be able to glance at the ledger and instantly see why the eviction matter was brought. You can email or fax these documents to 614-448-9415.

In many instances, the landlord may not have to attend the court hearing. In some cases, the landlord may have to show up and provide testimony if the tenant disputes any material fact(s) of the landlord’s case.

If you wish to pursue a second cause of action for damages against the tenant, Mr. Ruzicho can counsel you on this matter. In some cases, it may be worth the additional time and effort to obtain such a judgment.

If you have an LLC or other corporate entity, you will need a lawyer to represent your corporate entity.

Please contact Mr. Ruzicho if you are considering an eviction in Newark, Ohio and surrounding areas.

3 thoughts on “Licking County Ohio Eviction Attorney

  1. mary bishop

    my husband and I are currently renting a home in marion ohio..our landlord passed away and the house went to auction…we have a lease that doiesnt run out until april 2016..the new people that bought our house have asked to move out as they bought it for their daughter ..what are our legal rights? our rent is paid in full

  2. Katherine Wright

    Had a renter move into my home without signing the agreement & without my knowledge. My daughter (who is pregnant), her boyfriend, & my 2 1/2 yr old grandson also live there. She moved in, did not sign agreement, brought 4 dogs & 6 cats without my knowledge into my house. I have been trying to get her out but can’t seem to find anyone to help me with this matter. Two dogs are kept in cages all day & night while she allows the other two dogs to roam free and pee & poop all over the floor. These animals also have fleas real bad and she doesn’t seem to care or take care of them. I have asked her to get out, to get these animals out without avail. She will not respond back to me. I am at my wits end and am concerned for my families well fare. What options do I have that won’t cost me a fortune?

  3. Alex

    Is there advice you can provide on my situation:

    I live in a complex that caters to college students, therefore, there is a lot of random traffic and most of the time, it’s been quiet but there have been loud noises at odd hours, including a parties.

    3 days ago, management phoned me to tell me that I have damaged a stair rail with a U-Haul trailer and that I owe $250. I asked for proof, which took them several days to provide to me, but there is no proof that I did the damage, just that the U-Haul trailer happens to be in the background of one of the pictures. Just today, an office staff called, said I am expected to pay the $250 immediately, or it’s a breech of my lease and they shall move forward to evict me. The office manager has stated twice now, that he is just going to put the charge on my account.

    Is what they are doing is legal?

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