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Why Choose Us
1. We are Alabama-Specific.
Alabama is a unique state and so is its landlord/tenant law. Sarah Taggart, P.C. has filed over 14,000 eviction cases throughout the state of Alabama.
2. We are Landlord-Focused.
Our firm is narrowly focused on just serving the needs of an Alabama landlord. Our legal advice is both seasoned and affordable — this is all we do.
We are with you when you need advice. We are with you in court. We advocate for your interests in state and local government. At Sarah Taggart, P.C. we are dedicated to being with you every step of the way.
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Whether you are a large multifamily housing provider, a self-managing owner, a property-managing realtor, or a commercial landlord, our firm is tailored to meet your unique needs.
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Meet Sarah Taggart
Sarah Taggart founded Sarah Taggart, P.C., a boutique Alabama law firm focused on landlord/tenant law, in her hometown of Huntsville, Alabama in 2006. As of January 1, 2020, she has filed more than 14,000 eviction actions throughout the state with over a 99% win rate at trial. She has authored the highly successful “Landlord/Tenant Law Formbook”, a fillable USB product of Alabama-specific landlord/tenant law forms.
Sarah is a frequent lecturer on issues relating to fair housing defense, landlord/tenant law, and property management with audiences at both the state and national level. As a tireless advocate for principled and consistent application of housing law, Sarah Taggart values the opportunity to represent a diverse group of Alabama landlords.
Roadmap to Eviction
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1. Giving a Notice
In Alabama, a tenant must receive a written notice of their lease violation and, in most cases, be given seven business days to correct their behavior. This applies if the lease violation is nonpayment or conduct (i.e., unauthorized occupants, no utilities, etc.) These notices are highly technical. You can give the written violation notice yourself. In most circumstances it must be posted on the property and sent via regular U.S. mail. It does not have to be hand-delivered to the tenant. It is very important that your notice have all of the essential elements to be legally valid. Giving an improper or outdated notice can ruin your potential case before it starts.
1. Giving a Notice
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