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Rochester Landlord Tenant Lawyer Discusses the Timeframe for Eviction

As an experienced Rochester Landlord Tenant Lawyer, I am often asked how long it takes to evict a tenant.

  • It should take no longer than three-four weeks

Are you trying to evict your tenant and are wondering how long it might take?  If so, contact the experienced Rochester Landlord Tenant Lawyer Robert Friedman.

This educational legal video was brought to you by Robert Friedman, an experienced Rochester Landlord Tenant Lawyer.

FRIEDMAN & RANZENHOFER, PC does not represent residential tenants unless they were injured on the property.

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