Posted by John F. on November 30, 2001 at 23:19:04:
In Reply to: Re: yep, looks like you have to move. posted by Lilly on November 30, 2001 at 20:40:44:
I'm assuming that this person gave their LL a month's notice before the end of October that she wants to move out on Dec. 1, and during month of November a lease was signed with new tenant. It's not the LL's fault or concern that some other apartment in another building will not be vacated on time. So once notice is given in writing, it can't be taken back, without becoming responsible for the costs and disruption. If tenant insists on staying, LL could put the new tenants in a hotel for 6 days and then take tenant to court to pay for it, and 6 days of storage for their belongings, etc, and it may be that court would agree with LL.
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