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6o day notice is the reason for eviction legal Eviction Notice

Discussion in 'Eviction, Recovery of Premises' started by Melody, Sep 23, 2013.

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  1. Melody

    Melody Law Topic Starter New Member

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    My landlord served me a 60 day cause my ex parole came by but I broke up with him and he is moving out cause if his parole and trouble he gets in when I asked why landlord said guilt by association do I have a case of discrimination he is also calling me a tweaker to the other tenants I don't do drugs I'm disabled with spinal stenosis is there anything I can do
     
  2. disagreeable

    disagreeable Well-Known Member

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    If you broke your lease by moving in your BF, you can certainly be evicted. If you have an extra $10k - $20k to waste on legal fees, you might get some court time and nothing to show for it. Apparently, you should have respected the property more before getting evicted.
     
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    shrinkmaster Well-Known Member

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    Did you have a lease or were you month to month?
     
  4. mightymoose

    mightymoose Moderator

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    With a 60 day notice the landlord is simply ending the lease agreement, not evicting you. If you remain beyond 60 days then he may have you evicted. It is not discrimination. It is time to pack your bags and move on.
    The only way you might delay it is if your original lease still has more than 60 days remaining, but I bet you are month to month.
     
  5. shrinkmaster

    shrinkmaster Well-Known Member

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    In CA if a tenant has live din dwelling over one year the law requires a 60 day notice if less than one year than 30 will suffice
     

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