The Alabama eviction process begins with a landlord giving a tenant the right to cure their issue by giving them notice within the respective laws they are allowed by the State of Alabama (Sections 35-9A-421 to 35-9A-427). After the notice period the tenant should have either come back into compliance (by payment of rent or fixing the violation) or have to move-out of the property. If they choose to do neither, the landlord is allowed to proceed with legal eviction action by filing a Complaint and paying the initial filing fee of $256 with a Judicial Court Location.
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Non-Payment Laws - Section 35-9A-421 - 7 Days' Notice
Month to Month Laws - Section 35-9A-441 - 30 Days' Notice
Forcible Entry and Detainer Laws - Section 6-6-310 to 6-6-353