An eviction lawsuit is public record and a judgment evicting you from a rental property will be a negative entry on your credit report.
The eviction will not necessary affect your credit score, but you owe money that will be the entry that will affect the score. The eviction is a public record, searchable from a database but the funds owned is what affect your credit score especially if it is turned to a collection agency.
Closing an account will affect your credit score and decrease your score.
Yes, if you default on any loan it will affect your credit rating negatively.
Subsidized loans will affect your credit score negatively if you are not paying them. If you are paying them, they will have a positive effect on your score.
All inquiries in excess of 3 in one year negatively affect your credit. The more you do it the lower it will get.
If you have a chargeback, that is a credit to your account. This will not affect your credit score negatively or positively.
Can you learn how to spell? Yes, it appears on your credit report as an EVICTION.
Trading in a car does not affect your credit unless you sign a new car loan and get a new car. This may negatively or positively effect your credit.
Any repossession negatively affects your credit rating. Negatively affected credit ratings will affect your ability to obtain loans, typically in a negative way.
You get thrown out of your home for not paying the bills.... I don't think you need to be Steven Hawking to figure this one out....
Only if the landlord files a court case, or reports the arrearage to the credit bureaus.