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West County Family Law

West County Family Law
Ballwin, Mo. Office

Experienced Service and Legal Counsel

Our goal at West County Family Law is to provide the highest quality of experience, service and legal counsel. With more than 65 years of
experience, attorneys
Case & Rajnoha are capable of handling many types of legal matters. Founded in 1975, West County Family Law's
trademark has been prompt, personal attention. Our success has been our dedication to our clients and protecting  their best interests and
rights. Our clients deserve to be well-represented, with quality legal services provided by a dedicated team of attorneys and paralegals. We
pride ourselves in our personal service by making sure we are available for our client throughout the legal process.

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We seek to help you through the legal problem confronting you. The first step is an easy one: call us for a free  telephone consultation at
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West County Family Law is located in Ballwin, Missouri, and serves the cities of St. Louis, Chesterfield,  Fenton, Valley Park, Clayton, Creve
Coeur, Kirkwood,    Des Peres, Webster Groves, Manchester, Eureka, Hillsboro, Maryland Heights, Town and Country, Ellisville, Frontenac,
Wildwood, Ladue and Crestwood. We also serve other communities in St. Louis County, Jefferson County, St. Charles County, West County
and South County.
West County Family Law Landlord - Tenant Attorneys
Joel Case & Sally Rajnoha
West County Family Law
Duties of occupant

441.630. Every occupant of a dwelling unit under the provisions of sections 441.500 to 441.643 shall be responsible to pay all rents due from
him or her when such rents become due and to exercise reasonable care:

(1) To dispose of all rubbish and garbage in his or her dwelling unit, and other organic waste which might provide food for rodents, in a clean
and sanitary manner;

(2) To refrain from unreasonable use of electrical, heating, and plumbing fixtures;

(3) To meet all obligations lawfully imposed upon the occupants of dwelling units by the code enforcement agency or the community;

(4) To refrain from willfully or wantonly destroying, defacing, damaging, impairing or removing any part of the structure or dwelling unit or the
facilities, equipment, or appurtenances thereof, and to prohibit any other person on the premises with his or her permission from doing
likewise; and

(5) Shall not under any circumstances take in additional occupants, sublease, rent or turn over said premises to any persons without the
owner's knowledge and consent.

(L. 1969 p. 537 § 14, A.L. 1998 H.B. 977 & 1608)

Court-ordered eviction, when--court-ordered removal of third partyfrom leased premises, when--expedited eviction order--stay
ofexecution of eviction order, when.

441.770. 1. If the grounds for an eviction have been established pursuant to subsection 1 of section 441.740, the court shall order that the
tenant be evicted from the leased property. Following the order, the tenant shall have twenty-four hours to vacate the premises and the
landlord shall subsequently have a right to reenter and take possession of the premises.

2. If the grounds for a removal have been established pursuant to subsection 2 of section 441.740, the court shall order that those persons
found to be engaging in the criminal activity described therein be immediately removed and barred from the leased property, but the court
shall not order the tenancy be terminated.

3. The court may order the expedited execution of an eviction or removal order by requiring the order's enforcement by the appropriate
agency within a specified number of days after final judgment.

4. The court may stay execution of an eviction or removal order for a reasonable length of time if the moving party establishes by clear and
convincing evidence that immediate removal or eviction would pose a serious danger to the party and that this danger outweighs the safety,
health and well-being of the surrounding community and of the plaintiff.

(L. 1997 H.B. 361, A.L. 2014 H.B. 1410 merged with S.B. 655)