Posted by Anna on March 27, 1999 at 12:27:33:
In Reply to: NH LL SELLING, I DON'T WANT TO MOVE, NO LEASE posted by lorrie on March 27, 1999 at 11:00:27:
: I LIVE IN NH and my LL is selling property. I am a single mother and can't afford to move. I have no lease unfortunately. What are my rights? Can they show apt anytime they want? Do I have to move? I have lived here for 8 years. When they sell, do I have to pay rent during that time? HELP!!!
: ALSO are there any Nh tenant links available?
Hint: when using an internet search engine for information concerning states like yours and mine (NY), do not use the word "New". Typing only "tenant hampshire" (leave off the quotes, include the space) produced these on the first page:
RENTING, SECURITY DEPOSITS & EVICTIONS
Laws may vary from state to state. The information in this site has been presented with a
New Hampshire audience in mind. Consult your local library to learn more about the laws in
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Welcome to the Legal Advice & Referral Center Legal Information, Advice and Self-Help
Support LARC serves indigent clients working in conjunction with other legal services
New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority:
NHHFA is a non-profit public benefit corporation established by the state
legislature. The Authority operates a broad range of programs designed to assist low and
moderate income persons and families obtain decent, safe and affordable housing
The following publications may help to answer the many questions landlords have everyday.
(We know - we receive many calls from landlords asking the same questions over and over
again.) We can't answer your questions (we are not attorneys).
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