Originally Posted by PacificFlights
True, most state laws grant the ability for both parties to mutually terminate the agreement under their own terms subject to certain statutory law requirmenst such as security depsoits, etc.
Not true. In almost all states, a person with a valid lease can only be evicted for the following reasons subject to specific state laws. The general rules are:
1. Nonpayment of rent.
2. Breach of the terms of the rental agreement.
3. Failure of tenant to maintain the dwelling unit in a healthy and safe manner.
4. Abandonment of the rental unit by the tenant.
5. Under statutory law for criminal actions.
6. When the lease term has ended and is not renewed.
All other actions must be done under the laws of that state. I don't recall any that lets a landlord evict a person cause they don't like their hair color. I think you are confusing "At Will Employment" with Landlord Tenant laws.
Hair color was not meant literally.
If they want to find a rule in the lease that was violated, they will find one. If the landlord did not include every possible scenario in their lease, then the landlord was slack.
I was in a mobile home park and I owned my home, I rented the lot.
1. no over night visitors.
2. only two parking spaces.
3. we could not wash our car but once a month, since the landlord paid the water bill.
Others had overnight visitors and I could not.
I could not fight it because a lawyer
told me that the rule did not harm me. And the landlord could let all the others break any rules they want.
I have not accused the Op of anything.