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Re: 30 Day Notice and Legal Rights for Eviction

Posted by Jeremy on November 03, 2001 at 22:34:16:

In Reply to: 30 Day Notice and Legal Rights for Eviction posted by Anonymous on November 02, 2001 at 15:54:38:

You have many rights as a tenant and the Landlord is not able to evict you just by a 30 day notice,after the 30 days he would have to file for eviction proceedings at which time you would get a chance to state your case.In order to advise you better people would need to know the following:where are you(general area would do so someone could recommend a good attorney and we would know which laws apply) do you have a lease?,how many apartements in the building and are they (is it ) legal?,did you contact the police before the 30 day notice or after it (retaliation issue)?,how was the notice served?etc.
Some of the people here will give you some very good advice with the right information(eg Lilly) but ignore the one who says, "you are free to move, so just move" as the answer to every problem.
The best advise would be from a good attorney but why go to that expense unless it is absolutely neccesary?.
Good luck.J

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