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Re: 30 day notice for no apparent reason

Posted by TenantNet on March 01, 1998 at 20:11:41:

In Reply to: 30 day notice for no apparent reason posted by Kelly on February 22, 1998 at 16:12:36:

: I have been living in a rented condo for 4 months now, all my rent
: is up to date even though I admit to being late a few times.
: My landlord left a 30 day notice on the door and when I called him
: he said he didnt have to give me a reason, he just needs me out in 30
: days. Can he do this ? And what happens if I cant find a suitable place
: before the end of March. The rent is pretty cheap here and I know I
: wont find one of equal value. Any advice ?

If you don't have a lease, then most likely you are a month-to-month
tenant and 30 days is the normal notice period. If you aren't a
rent regulated tenant. again most likely the owner does not have
to give a reason. You can negotiate for longer time and in most
places they can not just change the locks -- they would need to
go through the court process, so you could buy some additional time
there, but how much depends on where you are.

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