Stipulation for Entry of Judgment (Unlawful Detainer)-Landlord and Tenant

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Stipulations for entry of judgment, pursuant to which a judgment will be entered for a larger amount if the defendant fails to timely pay a lesser agreed upon amount, are commonly used to facilitate settlement. An unlawful detainer is a legal way for a landlord to evict a tenant. It requires a special court process and can move quickly through the court system. Unlawful detainers are often used if the tenant does not leave before the lease ends, the rent is not paid, or the lease is canceled by the landlord.

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Stipulations for entry of judgment, pursuant to which a judgment will be entered for a larger amount if the defendant fails to timely pay a lesser agreed upon amount, are commonly used to facilitate settlement. An unlawful detainer is a legal way for a landlord to evict a tenant. It requires a special court process and can move quickly through the court system. Unlawful detainers are often used if the tenant does not leave before the lease ends, the rent is not paid, or the lease is canceled by the landlord.

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