Can I evict a Section 8 tenant?
- Post 22 December 2008
- Last Updated on 29 June 2012
- By Ron Dion
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Yes. As long as you follow California (and any local) eviction laws, you can evict a Section 8 tenant, as you would any other tenant, for non-payment of rent or other serious or repeated lease violation. You must also advise the Housing Authority (HACA) at the beginning of the eviction process by submitting a copy of the initial notice.
Only you can evict a Section 8 tenant. HACA is not permitted to do so.