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A month to month is legally entitled to 30 days notice

Posted by Will on September 12, 1999 at 17:46:56:

In Reply to: How long do I legally have in NY to vacate my apt (no lease) after new LL tells me to? posted by Fred S. on September 12, 1999 at 00:35:25:

Not "a couple of days notice". Notify the landlord that by law you're entitled to 30 days notice and thats what you're going to take. If he attempts to lock you out or doing anything. Call the cops thats illegal. Even as a month to month you're entitled to at least 30 days and have a right not to be locked out.


Will

: I rent a small apartment and the garage under it in upstate NY. I have no lease and made agreement with the landlord for rental on a month to month basis, no rent regulation.
: Recently the landlord informed me the tenant in the single family residence (also located on the same property)was purchasing the property and closing was going to be in a couple days.
: The landlord told me I should look for a new place to live as the new landlord is going to move his sister-in-law in after the closing.
: Have I been given legal notice to vacate?
: If/when the new LL tells me to vacate, how long do I leagally have before I have to go(days/weeks/month,etc...)?

: I paid 1 month security and have had no problems with my rent. It's always early!!!

: Please help me, I need to know!!!

: Sincerely,
: Fred S.

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