If a tenant won't pay rent, what can I do to get him out?

A three-day notice may be given stating the amount of rent owed and the time the rent would have covered if paid. The notice must give them three working days, excluding Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays, in which to pay the rent in full or vacate the premises. If they fail to pay rent or to vacate, a suit for eviction may be started.

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1. If a tenant won't pay rent, what can I do to get him out?
2. What is the filing fee for evictions?
3. What do I need to bring to file an eviction?
4. Can you accept a personal check for fees?
5. What if the tenant is doing other things other than not paying the rent, what can be done to get him out?
6. What if I just want my property back?
7. What happens when I file the eviction?
8. What if the tenant moves and leaves possessions in the rental unit?
9. What if the landlord will not repair the dwelling?
10. If I have contention with the landlord over the dwelling, can I post the rent into the registry of the Court?
11. Can the landlord just come in and take possession or change the locks on the dwelling?