Tenant's rights is what we always see. It seems that the law is biased on the side of the tenant. But a landlord has some rights too and one of it is the use of his property. A landlord here can evict a tenant for the purpose of using his property. Like if he has a child who needed to rent, why rent somewhere else when his parents own an apartment? So the tenant of the apartment has to go in favor of the landlord's child. Any more rights of the landlord?