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This advice is irresponsible and wrong

Posted by Unstoppable Ed on August 27, 2000 at 22:24:38:

In Reply to: don't worry about it for 6 months posted by just right all the time on August 27, 2000 at 21:57:27:

First of all, let's get something straight. The tenant in question is in a month to month tenancy. This can be terminated by tenant or landlord at any time by giving 30 days notice to the other party. The landlord does NOT have to offer any incentives or "buyouts" when he wants the tenant to leave ... he merely gives 30 days notice.

If the tenant followed this irresponsible advice and stays, the new owners will surely move to evict. They could also demand additional monies for "use and occupancy" of the house during the process of the eviction and file a judgement against the tenant. The court will require deposit of these monies for the entire process. And no, an eviction is NOT a pretty process and NOT how you want to move out of an apartment.

As for your contentions that "no judge will evict for six months ... you cannot be thrown out ... do not look for a place" well ... lets just say You Don't Know What I Know, and you are WRONG.

-Unstoppable Ed
You can't stop him; he's Unstoppable

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