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Rocket Eviction is your Las Vegas Evictions expert, helping landlords and property owners remove problem tenants quickly so you can move on with your business.

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We Offer A Comprehensive Range Of Landlord Services

Notice Serving

We file all legal notices to the tenant on your behalf quickly and correctly using Nevada property code-compliant eviction notices for a fast eviction process.

Justice Court Appearance

We handle justice court appearances for the landlord, attending the eviction hearing, and obtaining possession of the property.

Eviction Preparations

Our full-service Las Vegas eviction solution handles all logistics to clear your residence and legally regain control of the property.

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We work with civil law enforcement and professional service providers to smoothly take back your property from the tenant that does not pay rent.
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Rocket Eviction Evictions Assistance in Las Vegas

Evicting tenants from rental housing and commercial properties is exhausting, time-consuming, and emotionally distressing. We’ve successfully handled thousands of cases and are here to manage your entire eviction process. Stop dreading your eviction, and let us take it.

Founded by an attorney, Rocket Eviction is an expert on local civil law and housing regulations in Las Vegas and Clark County, Nevada, with the experience you need! Our team understands how to get things done quickly and affordably, resulting in a fast resolution.

The Covid 19 pandemic continues to stress landlord and tenant relationships with the federal eviction moratorium and rental assistance programs. With many tenants unable to pay rent or just refusing to pay rent, a landlord may feel sabotaged, unable to collect back rent or go to the court system for help. That being said, Rocket Eviction is here to help you navigate through the federally-funded rental assistance programs, and the Nevada and Clark County housing regulations and tenant issues.

We are here to help you get back your property from the tenant. Whatever the legal rental assistance issue, we will be glad to work with you to resolve it. We also have several options to help distressed landlords in Las Vegas and greater Clark County, Nevada, by purchasing their properties. If you are a landlord, call us today, and our team of professionals will resolve your tenant issues quickly.

Rocket Eviction offers a full-service solution to regain possession of your property with quick and efficient Nevada eviction services for property managers and landlords in Clark County, Nevada. Rocket Eviction serves as the eviction specialist for some of the largest residential and commercial property managers in Las Vegas.

Unlike many eviction companies, Rocket Eviction works with a law firm and understands the court system and local civil law. Under Nevada’s newly revised landlord-tenant laws, this relationship allows Rocket Eviction to provide services cheaper than many other eviction companies.

Rocket Eviction understands the legal aspects of the evictions process and the justice court system, providing eviction services at affordable flat rates. With our knowledge, we are the smarter, faster solution to getting your rental housing and commercial properties back to collecting rent!

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With over 35 years of Civil law experience in Las Vegas, Clark County, and Nevada, get your questions answered on various topics. Topics include the Covid 19 pandemic eviction moratorium, changing CDC guidelines, rental assistance programs, eviction notice processes, justice court procedures, and tenant and landlord relationships.

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Evictions are when landlords want someone out of a rental property. Often it is because the renter has failed to pay any late fees or other bills in addition to rent.

Typically, the most common reason for an eviction is for not paying rent on time.

There can be several reasons for eviction; however, that goes beyond not paying rent and other fees agreed to in their rental or lease agreement. These can include causing disturbances and nuisances for other tenants, degrading the living conditions of others by accumulating waste on the property, or criminal activity like selling drugs. This can be legally bound with the type of rental or lease agreement you have with the tenant or if the property is under rent control.

If the situation is pretty straightforward, you can pursue a summary eviction. A summary eviction process is a civil law procedure that goes through a much quicker justice court process as it does not involve going to trial. The tenant will have the opportunity to defend themselves, but if the court finds in favor of the landlord, the tenant will be ordered to leave and the sheriff will enforce this order.

If you need to evict a tenant for something more serious or there are complications with the lease agreement, you should pursue a standard eviction. This involves going to court and having your case heard and judged by a judge who will make the final decision on what happens with the tenant.

An Eviction Notice is the first step of the eviction process. It is a written letter to comply with your rent or lease agreement or vacate the property. An eviction will give you the option of filing an unlawful detainer against a tenant if they fail to comply.

Determining which notice is best to serve your tenant depends on the situation and the clauses in your lease, if applicable. One of the most common forms a Landlord serves based on non-payment of rent is a 3 Day to Pay or Quit, which gives the tenant the option to pay the rent within three days of being served. If the tenant fails to do either (pay or vacate), then the Landlord has the option on the fourth day, as long as the third day does not land on a Holiday or weekend, to file the legal proceedings (eviction) with the court.

Rocket Eviction is your source for evictions services and legal advice for landlords and property owners in Las Vegas, Clark County, and southern Nevada. Experts in local civil law, our staff can help you mitigate the nuances of the rental assistance programs, eviction mediation program, regional justice center programs, eviction moratoriums, justice court procedures, summary eviction process, formal eviction procedure, and more. These programs have made it increasingly difficult for landlords to evict Nevada tenants, but Rocket Eviction can help!

Our legal aid center is standing by! We provide legal advice for landlords in Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, and the surrounding community. Call us today to discuss your situation!

It depends upon the reason for eviction and the length of the tenant’s occupancy. The appropriate notice of eviction to serve for non-payment of rent would be a 3 Day Notice to Pay or Quit or a 30 or 60 Day Notice to Vacate.

If the tenant has been there for less than a year paying on a month-to-month basis and you want to terminate their tenancy, a 30 Day Notice to Vacate is the correct form to serve. If the tenant has been there for over a year, use a 60 Day Notice to Vacate.

Commercial leases differ from residential leases in that you have to make sure that you serve the right person or agent for that corporation or LLC.

Serving the correct notice is the critical first step in beginning the eviction process so you can legally file an Unlawful Detainer complaint against the unwanted tenant.

There are three ways to serve a notice of eviction – so long as your rental agreement does not state otherwise.

  1. Personal service is handing the notice to the person named on the Eviction Notice by the landlord.
  2. Sub-serving. If you knock on the door, and someone answers which do not identify themselves and you aren’t sure if they are the named defendant, then it is permissible to serve a competent member of the household provided they are 18 years or older. You must also send it by mail.
  3. If nobody answers the door, legally serving a tenant can also be accomplished by posting the notice on the door and mailing a copy of the Eviction Notice to each tenant.

The honest answer is – it can feel like landlords don’t have any rights.

The reason is:

  • You’re losing money daily because you can’t collect any rent.
  • The utilities must remain on when they are in the landlord’s name
  • The eviction process takes a long time.
  • The system seems to favor the unwanted tenants.
  • You can’t just call the sheriff and get them out.

If you want to be sure that your eviction process goes smoothly, Rocket Eviction in Las Vegas can guide you through the entire process.

Contact our legal aid center where we can provide legal advice about your situation. Evictions are detailed and tricky, making it hard to rely on the civil law self-help center tools or regional justice center resources for your eviction case. You need an expert in local civil law to help you take back your southern Nevada property, mitigate rental assistance programs, gather necessary documents, get a quick hearing date for your eviction case, and move on with your life. Call us today to get started!

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If you feel overwhelmed, we have a program to aid distressed landlords to get out of their properties. We can free you safely and efficiently from stress and headaches with several options to purchase your rental property. Call us today for a free consultation!

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