Posted by me again on January 18, 2002 at 10:58:11:
In Reply to: Re: Month-by-month posted by John F. on January 18, 2002 at 04:49:30:
: There is no way a person can be evicted because of this, unless it was clearly specified in the original lease, but even then it would probably be an illegal clause that a court would ignore. If the LL does not understand this then, he has something to learn when this comes up in the rental court. Without a court order there is no need to even think about having to move out.
keeping in mind that this is a m-t-m tenancy, no need at all, except for: the unknown number of court appearances, lost time from work, court costs & fees for the proceeding that will probably have to be paid by the tenant, and an eviction on your record, making it much more difficult to find an apartment later on. nope, no need at all.
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