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View All Online Services. View All Departments. Kent County has five District Courts covering the following jurisdictions:. Vaccine Information. For the health and safety of the public and our community, the 63rd District Court is holding many matters using remote appearances, limiting s in courtrooms and other spaces, maintaining social distancing and requiring face coverings in the courthouse.
Face coverings are not required where they cannot be medically tolerated, but social distancing will be implemented in such situations to enhance safety. At the discretion of the presiding judicial officer, face coverings may be removed by attorneys while speaking, jurors when they are asking questions, or for witnesses during testimony, where 6 feet social distancing is maintained, and where court attendees are wearing face coverings at all times.
Face coverings are required for attorneys unless the presiding judicial officer determines that the attorney is inaudible and temporary removal of the face covering is necessary to facilitate the creation of an accurate record. The presiding judicial officer may allow the attorney to temporarily remove face coverings while speaking if 6 feet social distancing is maintained, and where court attendees are wearing face coverings.
Filing Fees. Real property is considered land, and generally whatever is built on, growing on, or affixed to that land. Most commonly, the landlord tenant division handles cases involving non-payment of rent, termination of tenancy, land-contract forfeitures, and evictions after the redemption period on a mortgage foreclosure. There are different reasons that a landlord may wish to evict a tenant. The grounds that a landlord may cite are:. A landlord must specify the grounds to evict.
The grounds a landlord may cite to evict a tenant are the following:. The first step in starting the eviction process is to serve the tenant with a notice. The purpose of this notice is to inform the tenant in writing of the reasons the landlord may be filing a LT case, and to state the time limit for the tenant to take remedial action. If the tenant does not comply with the notice, the landlord may then file to start the eviction process at the district court in which the rental property is located.
Below is a chart showing the different types of eviction notices that may be served upon a tenant, and a brief description of the different situations in which each is used. You may click on the notice type to bring up that form. Service on the tenant may be made personally, by mailing, or by posting at the address of the rental property. A demand for possession non-payment of rent case may be filed after the landlord has served the tenant with the appropriate notice, and the tenant has not complied with that notice. This is a 7-day notice in which the tenant has seven full days to pay the landlord the unpaid rent, or to move out.
If the tenant complies with the notice, the tenant has the right to stay. If the tenant does not pay or move out within the seven days, then on the eighth day, the landlord may start the lawsuit at the court by filing the Summons and Complaint for Non-Payment of Rent. The landlord will also need to provide:. A notice to quit to recover possession of property may be filed after the landlord has served the tenant with the appropriate notice, and the tenant has not complied with that notice.
This is a 30 day or one rental period notice in which the tenant has the allotted time to move out. If the tenant fails to comply with the notice within the 30 full days or the rental period, the landlord may start the lawsuit at the court by filing the Summons and Complaint to Recover Possession of Property. To about these situations, please visit the housing self help at Michigan Legal Help. You may also wish to consult with an attorney if you are unfamiliar with the eviction process. Landlord tenant cases may be filed for either possession of the property only, or for an additional money judgment.
In order to receive a money judgment, the tenant must receive the summons and complaint by personal service, or by attending the hearing. Kent County 63rd District Court COVID Notice For the health and safety of the public and our community, the 63rd District Court is holding many matters using remote appearances, limiting s in courtrooms and other spaces, maintaining social distancing and requiring face coverings in the courthouse. Remote Participation at a Hearing: Check your notice carefully to see whether you are to appear by remote appearance or in person.
Contact the court with any questions before the date of the hearing. Assistance: Seek assistance by and telephone as much as possible - DCCustomer kentcountymi. Do not mail cash. Illegal drug activity. Nonpayment of rent ; Extensive and continuing physical injury to property; or Serious and continuing health hazard. Land contract forfeiture. Violation of a lease provision and the lease allows for termination ; Forceful entry or peaceful try, but forceful stay or trespass; Holding over after natural expiration of lease term; Just cause for terminating tenant of mobile home park ; or Just cause for terminating tenant of government-subsidized housing.Looking for a sweet Grand Rapids Michigan boyfriend
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