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What is a notice of restricted access in a unlawful detainer

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The term unlawful detainer ordinarily refers to the conduct of a tenant who is in possession of an apartment or leased property and refuses to leave the premises upon the expiration or termination of the lease. Typically, the landlord wishes to evict the tenant for not paying the rent or for endangering the safety of the other tenants or the landlord's property. The act of retaining possession of property without legal right. Technically it is an eviction lawsuit where the tenant has restricted access to the property.

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