How do other owners in condo association evict someone else's tenant if they are verbally abusive and dealing drugs?

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Your first act should be to contact the local police and ask what documentation is required in order to file a police report. You may also indicate that the verbal abuse concerns you and your physical safety (if it does).

Once you've filed a police report, you can turn a copy over to the board, together with a request that the board alert the owner to the tenant's violation of the condominium's basic rules.


The owner in violation then has the responsibility to handle the tenant, so that verbal abuse and drug dealing no longer occur from that unit.


Include a time limit in your request, so as to create a sense of urgency. If multiple owners participate in the request, the board may be additionally motivated to act quickly.
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