Posted by Will on April 30, 2001 at 07:12:53:
In Reply to: can landlord evict when her family member already lives in the building? posted by john on April 27, 2001 at 20:39:53:
The more important point is that you are a month to month tenant and not protected by the control laws (at least I'll assume this). A month to month tenant can give 30 days notice and move out but the same hold true for landlords ...they can give whatever reason to terminate a month to month....most month to month folks don't have a lease.
Is it really a month to month or does it have an end date and you just pay month to month?....if you have a legit lease then the previous poster is right: find a site or organization more in tune in CA...the landlords reason for eviction sounds fishy...
: i live in the city of los angeles, in a rent controlled building (built in 1961). there are 8 units. my lease is month-to-month.
: i'm been evicted because the landlord claims that she wants to have her daughter move in to my apartment. according to a los angeles law provision, she is within her rights to evict me in order to have one of her family members move in (she has to pay me a relocation fee).
: the thing is her daughter ALREADY lives in the building, in a different apartment (she's the resident manager). my question is can she still evict me under the family member provision if the family member already lives in the building?
: i'd appreciate any help or insight in this matter. if possible, i would prefer to be emailed at: email@example.com
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