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Re: 30 day notice for no apparent reason

Posted by Israel on March 04, 1998 at 10:38:34:

In Reply to: Re: 30 day notice for no apparent reason posted by TenantNet on March 01, 1998 at 20:11:41:

In addition to this answer, be aware that the Judge determines the addtional time and he can extend it. Your landlord may make suggestions as to how long he wants you to stay, but if you AGREE to move out by a given date AND you sign a stipulation for that date... You can be thrown out after that date. Weather your ready or not.

Also read everything before you (given) at lease twice, don't give in to payouts. You may sign your deposit away or worst.

: 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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