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Re: Landlord wants to show apartment

Posted by Mark Smith on August 24, 1999 at 12:19:53:

In Reply to: Lanlord wants to show apartment posted by JP on August 24, 1999 at 08:39:21:

You are a month-to-month tenant. Generally, the terms of the original lease carry over into the month-to-month tenancy.

Two weeks notice is a lot. Unless the original lease required written notice, a verbal notice should be enough. In view of the problems with you and your husband, I'm surprised that the landlord didn't send a written notice by certified or registered mail.

: It's me again. The LL is pressuring me to
allow him to show the apartment. My husband has
already informed him we would call the cops if he tries. Can this hurt my case in court? My LL
states I am violating his rights. Can I hold him
off until this matter gets settled
: in court? What other options do I have. The
verbal agreement did not make any provisions for
LL entry but the original lease has a 4 months
showing prior to end of lease with proper
notification. Does this have to be in writing or can he verbally give notice? He told us 2 weeks

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