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How to Legally Evict Someone in Alabama.?

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1. Decide which method of eviction you desire: a civil eviction or criminal eviction. The civil method is called "unlawful detainer. The criminal method is called "failure to vacate, and it can only be used if your tenant hasn't paid rent. 2. Give
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