In Iowa, a landlord can evict a tenant if they are a “Clear and Present Danger”. This occurs if the landlord believes the tenant is creating a situation which places others in danger. The danger must be some sort of threat to the health and safety of other tenants, the landlord, the landlord’s employees or others. Read the full article here: https://www.oflaherty-law.com/learn-about-law/clear-and-present-danger-evictions-in-iowa
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In this video, we answer the following questions about clear and present danger evictions in Iowa: Examples of Clear and Present Dangers for Eviction Cases, How to Present a Clear and Present Danger Eviction Notice, How Can A Tenant Petition an Eviction?, and What Happens at an Eviction Hearing?
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