New Hampshire Landlord and Tenant 540-A Checklist
The Forms Professionals Trust! ™
Landlord and Tenant 540-A Checklist - This is an instructive guide by the state court system that explains the requirements and fees involved in filing an eviction lawsuit. A landlord or a tenant may file a 540-A petition to stop an action by the other that threatens to cause the petitioner immediate harm. Specific prohibited acts are found in RSA 540-A:3. Generally speaking, it is meant to prevent the landlord from interfering with the tenant’s right to quiet enjoyment of the tenancy or to prevent the tenant from circumventing a lawful eviction. Common reasons for filing include the landlord turning off the tenant’s utilities or entering the premises without prior consent, or the tenant refusing to allow the landlord entry or damaging the landlord’s property. The return of a security deposit is not a valid basis for filing and should be handled through a small claim The petition should be filed in the court that has jurisdiction over the city or town where the property is located.
All forms provided by US Legal Forms, the nations leading legal forms publisher. When you need a legal form, don't accept anything less than the USlegal™ brand. "The Forms Professionals Trust ™
Gold Award 2006-2018
BEST Legal Forms Company
11 Year Winner in all Categories:
Forms, Features, Customer Service
and Ease of Use.