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Answer to Eviction (Interactive Form)

Use a free interactive program to create court forms to file an Answer to Eviction. You only have 10 business days after you were served with eviction court papers to file an Answer to Eviction.

Writs of Assistance and Possession for Evictions

Forms for landlords after a court evicts tenants.

Your Section 8 Rights: Evictions and Terminations

Learn about evictions and lease terminations in the federal housing programs that exist in all 50 states -- the Housing Choice Voucher (also called "Section 8") program and project-based housing assistance.

What You Should Know about Evictions in Montana

Learn what you should do if you have received a notice terminating your lease or been served with eviction court papers in Montana.

Answer to Eviction Lawsuit (Write-in-the-blank Form)

Download a free court form to file an Answer to Eviction Lawsuit in Montana.

5 Steps to Take When Served with Eviction Court Papers in Montana

Learn how to respond to an eviction lawsuit and download free court forms that you can use to file an Answer.

What To Do If There's a Judgment For Eviction (or Default) Already Entered Against You

Use this resource if your landlord filed an eviction case against you and you didn’t file an answer or respond before the court entered a judgment against you.

All About Subsidized Housing

General information about the different types of subsidized housing, what "good cause" for eviction is, housing quality standards, and a list of legal references.

Your Housing Rights if You're a Survivor of Domestic Violence

A landlord cannot reject your application for housing, apply rules differently, or evict you because you have been abused. Learn how to protect your housing rights if you are a victim of domestic violence.

Legal Resources for Landlord-Tenant Problems

Visit our page with information, forms, and other resources for landlord-tenant problems, including evictions, repairs, security deposits, public housing, mobile homes, and more.

Know Your Rights: Domestic and Sexual Violence and Federally Assisted Housing

You can't be denied rental assistance, evicted, or lose your housing subsidy for reasons related to being a victim of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and/or stalking. Learn what you can do if you are a victim of domestic violence and live in federally assisted housing.

What Protections for Renters Exist in Montana Because of the Pandemic?

Learn if you are covered by any protections because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Find free legal forms that you can send to your landlord to protect your rights.

FAQs for Montana Renters Related to Coronavirus (Regular Updates)

Find regularly updated answers to FAQs about Montana renters and the Coronavirus.

HUD Protections Under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)

Under VAWA, applicants and tenants of certain HUD rental assistance programs may not be denied housing, evicted, or have their housing assistance terminated because they have experienced domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking. Additionally, survivors are able to ask for an emergency housing transfer for safety reasons. This website features FAQs on housing protections, forms, and resources for survivors.

Improper Notice to Vacate Letter (write-in-the-blank form)

Download a free legal form to tell your landlord that the notice to vacate your landlord gave you is not proper under the law. Do not use this form if you own a mobile home and rent only the lot that it sits on.

Mobile Home Lot Rentals in Montana (FAQs)

Learn about your rights when you own your mobile home and rent the lot underneath.

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