I am a landlord in Springdale. Can you help me evict a tenant from my property or make them leave?
No. The legal process to evict a tenant in Arkansas is a civil Unlawful Detainer action, Ark. Code Ann. § 18-60-304 et. seq. The City Attorney's Office is not able to represent individuals in these types of cases. In an Unlawful Detainer action, a landlord may be able to get an order or writ that requires the tenant to leave the property. We recommend you contact your own attorney if you wish to pursue this type of case.

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1. I am a landlord in Springdale and I have rented property to a tenant who has not paid me rent pursuant to our agreement, and I cannot get them to move out. What can I do?
2. I am a landlord in Springdale. Can you help me evict a tenant from my property or make them leave?
3. Can I change the locks of my rental property if the tenant hasn't paid rent? Can I remove the front door to get them to move? Can I remove their belongings from the property?
4. What can the City Attorney's Office do to help me if I have rented property to a tenant who has not paid me rent pursuant to our agreement and won't move out?
5. I am a tenant behind in rent payment. My landlord came in and took all my property and will not give it back. What can I do?