Christian, I can give 30 day notice and then evict for overstay.
There is no answering the charge. Either the tenant is out or he isn't. If he isn't, the judge orders him out
Your guy, on the other hand, says to the judge he is so sorry. They had out of town relatives. It only happened once. It will never happen again. The drug charges are all lies told by their racist neighbors.. The landlord is tryig to evict them becasue they complauined about faulty plumbing. They have small children who would be harmed by the move.
The judge decides that one party isn't grounds to evict, so he lets them stay and says they don't have to pay any more rent until you fix the plumbing (which has nothing worng with it.)
Ot's more likely that you are going to want to eivct for additional persons moved in than for wild drug parties. The tenant lies and denies it. Then you have to prove it. I don't; I just give 30 day notice.
Or you see too many short visits and decide there is drug dealing. The tenant denies it. You have to prove it. I don't, I just give 30 day notice.
Your tenant moves in a pitbull. Everytime you try to get them out, they move the dog out for 2 days. You take them to court. They swear to the judge the dog was just visiting and doesn't belong to them. You have to prove the dog lives there, I don't; I just give 30 day notice.
Your tenants park on the lawns or piles trash pn the porch. The judge doesn't thank that is reason for the tenant to lose his home. I don't have a problem; I just give 30 day notice.
Your tenant is a complainer and fights with the neighbors, driving your other tenants out. Good luck with that one. I just give 30 day notice.
If I had college rentals, I would do a lease. Students drop out of school and it's hard to find new students in the middle of the year, and no sane adult will rent an apartment in a student complex. It would be very hard to fill that vacancy. Parent co-signers are on the hook. It's not like they are low income and untouchable. You can make the parents pay.