This Lease Agreement is legally binding in Arkansas according to your state's specific rules and regulations.
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An eviction notice in Arkansas can be issued by landlords for non-payment of rent, untimely payment of rent, criminal activity by the tenant, damage to the property, extra people living on or in the property, violations of the lease agreement, or if the tenant continues to reside after the lease has expired. Landlords in Arkansas can end a lease for practically any reason as long as they give one period of rental time. An Arkansas eviction notice is most commonly used for non-payment of rent and property damage.