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yep, looks like you have to move.

Posted by John F. on November 30, 2001 at 16:59:06:

In Reply to: Moving posted by Luis on November 30, 2001 at 15:13:41:

Since you gave your notice, the LL must have now signed a contract which guarantees the suite to a new tenant. LL can't change this without paying penalties to the new tenant, as it would require that he get's the new tenants permission to alter the new lease. The reason apartments are cheaper than hotels is that they are rented out in one month blocks of time.

So easiest is to find another place to stay for the 6 days. But wasn't the new apartment asigned to you for Dec. 1 by your lease for the new apartment? If so, they can't push you aside for 7 days either, as it now has been guaranteed to you. You should be able to request that the new landlord to pay the extra expenses you will have because of this delay, as it was no fault of yours, as it was guaranteed to you for Dec. 1 by a written lease.

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