Nebraska Eviction Laws

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Generally, a landlord must give written notice to the tenant which allows the tenant 14 days to reclaim the property. Notice should be mailed via U.S. mail, first class, with postage prepaid to the tenant’s last known address. For full details please read the following: Abandoned Property – When can I throw it out? & Sample Notice of Right to Reclaim Abandoned Property. Generally, a landlord must give written notice to the tenant which allows the tenant 14 days to reclaim the property. Notice should be mailed via U.S. mail, first class, with postage prepaid to the tenant’s last known address. For full details please read the following: Abandoned Property – When can I throw it out? & Sample Notice of Right to Reclaim Abandoned Property.Collection cases are handled on a contingency fee basis. You will receive 60% of all amounts collected after costs are deducted. Our fee is 40% of amounts collected and reimbursement of costs. In the event we obtain a judgment against an employer of your former tenant, our fee is increases to 45% to compensate for additional court time. You will only be charged from amounts actually collected. We send you checks, not invoices. Please see our Retainer Agreement for complete information. Nebraska Eviction Laws

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