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Re: 30 day notice given and landlord wants another

Posted by Fred Lappert on October 29, 1997 at 06:20:41:

In Reply to: 30 day notice given and landlord wants another posted by Dianne on October 29, 1997 at 02:10:37:

: My husband and I gave our 30 day notice Oct. 1st, as we will be moving
: into a brand new home. Well, on or around the 10th of October our
: mortgage loan officer called and said that we might not be able to move in
: until November 15th. So, my husband had asked our manager if we needed the extension, would it be possible..we did not give difinite say that
: we needed it, yet they are saying we did; and everything was verbal nothing done on paper. The answer to would it be possible came today
: on our door Oct. 28th stating that we have to give a full months rent for
: November and if they get a tenant on or before December 1 they would
: give us partial rent back for November. I don't think that's right as we never
: gave final hearsay, basically our word against theirs and apparently she had
: ripped up our original 30 day notice(which we have a copy of) and expects
: us to give her another plus full rent when we are out of there Nov. 1. Is
: she able to do that or is it illegal like it smells? Would like to know before
: Thursday... Thanks

A lot depends on the fine print of your lease and local law where you are.
If you gave 30 days notice and that method is provided for in your lease,
and if you did not rescind or change it, then that's that. Move, don't
pay Nov. rent. You may lose your deposit -- which is what I think the
owner is leading up to. Typical nonsense --- you should stay in control.

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