For what reasons can my landlord evict me?

Your landlord can evict you for failure to pay rent, or if you violate any terms of the lease or the Residential Landlord and Tenant Act.  Eviction begins with a notice, and usually, an opportunity to correct the behavior that prompted the notice. In Montana, a landlord cannot evict you without a court hearing and order from a judge.  If you receive an eviction notice, contact ASMSU Legal Services immediately.

Can I be evicted if I pay my portion of the rent but my roommates don’t?

What can I do to protect my security deposit?