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Old 07-27-2015, 12:19 PM
 
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Denied Mintenance man entrance(ask to come back 1 hour) Tells manager & DHUD Department of Housing & Urban Development

I got notice to vacate last Friday because of this. The maintience man never came back and next thing i know 2 weeks later I got a eviction notice

It says my residency is being terminated effective 7/20 and I have to quit and vacate premises on 8/20

It also says that in my lease agreement they do not have to give me any reason for the lease termination

I just got the notice Friday. The notice was typed on a piece of paper on left on my door

I didn't refuse entry I told him to come back in 30 min or wait because when I left my wife didn't have any clothes on while on the couch.

Would if they accept my rent for the 1st?

What can i do? Is this legal?

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Old 07-27-2015, 12:41 PM
 
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I assume your annual lease (or similar) has expired and you are now on month-to-month lease. If you are on month-to-month, the landlord can give you notice to leave (move). This is not an eviction notice. An eviction is done via courts and is very bad against you. Eviction occurs when you break the lease, such as don't pay rent, or get a pet if no pets are allowed

So when you apply to other apartments, do NOT say you have an eviction against you over this situation. Because the future landlord will likely turn you down. This isn't an eviction - so don't call it that - ever. Unless it turn.s into an eviction - which would occur if you don't move out by the end date.

Landlords can require you to move out as long as your lease has already expired and as long as they give you proper notice and follow # days notice. This is all you got - notice to move out. It's legal.
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Old 07-27-2015, 12:47 PM
 
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I assume your annual lease (or similar) has expired and you are now on month-to-month lease. If you are on month-to-month, the landlord can give you notice to leave (move). This is not an eviction notice. An eviction is done via courts and is very bad against you. Eviction occurs when you break the lease, such as don't pay rent, or get a pet if no pets are allowed

So when you apply to other apartments, do NOT say you have an eviction against you over this situation. Because the future landlord will likely turn you down. This isn't an eviction - so don't call it that - ever. Unless it turn.s into an eviction - which would occur if you don't move out by the end date.

Landlords can require you to move out as long as your lease has already expired and as long as they give you proper notice and follow # days notice. This is all you got - notice to move out. It's legal.

Yes my lease expires end of August or so but Im not on a month to month yet. I will be at the end of august
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Old 07-27-2015, 12:52 PM
 
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Yes my lease expires end of August or so but Im not on a month to month yet. I will be at the end of august
not sure how landlord could require you to move before end of august without giving you option to "cure" if they think you broke the lease.

Maybe they think your lease expires 8/20?
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Old 07-27-2015, 12:53 PM
 
Location: New York
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You have until your lease expires. And yes, you still have to pay full rent for August.
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Old 07-27-2015, 01:00 PM
 
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It likely expires on 8/20 which is why they gave you that date. If that is the case then you can't fight it. Time to go look for a new place.
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Old 07-27-2015, 01:43 PM
 
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Yes my lease expires end of August or so but Im not on a month to month yet. I will be at the end of august
"Or so" is meaningless, what is the exact date your lease expires?
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Old 07-27-2015, 01:57 PM
 
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not sure how landlord could require you to move before end of august without giving you option to "cure" if they think you broke the lease.

Maybe they think your lease expires 8/20?
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You have until your lease expires. And yes, you still have to pay full rent for August.
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It likely expires on 8/20 which is why they gave you that date. If that is the case then you can't fight it. Time to go look for a new place.
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"Or so" is meaningless, what is the exact date your lease expires?

Ok I just found out my lease expires at the end of this month and not august.

The good news is that the man (landlord) has dropped the notice to vacate. He said he tried to call me to tell me not to worry about the notice when he put it on my door as it was just required by him or whatever until the worker came back or something to that nature but he said he had no plans to vacate me.

I told him about the worker and he said he knows

But I put in my 60 day notice to move today verbally, do I need to put it in writing?
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Old 07-27-2015, 01:57 PM
 
Location: Los Angeles
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Let the lesson here be to never lounge around on the couch without clothes on!
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Old 07-27-2015, 02:05 PM
 
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Let the lesson here be to never lounge around on the couch without clothes on!
HAHA

I told the landlord the worker needs to stop being a baby
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