- Landlords and tenants each have rights and responsibilities.
- Landlords must make repairs and keep the property in good condition.
- Tenants must pay rent and follow other terms of the lease.
- A landlord can ask for a court order to evict a tenant.
- Landlords may not evict a tenant without a court order.
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Eviction - Brochures
To Seek Legal Help
Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Inc.
To apply call (404) 524-5811, Monday through Thursday from 9 am - 12 pm
Georgia Legal Services
(404) 206-5175 or toll free 1-800-498-9469
Georgia Senior Legal Hotline
(404) 657-9915 or toll free 1-888-257-9519
Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation
To apply call (404) 521-0790, Monday through Thursday from 9 am - 1 pm
Court Self Help Resources
Fulton County Residents
Visit the Self Help Center at the Fulton County State & Magistrate or call (404) 613-4116
For more resources
Go to our Help With Your Eviction Problem page