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Re: Notice prior to moving out.

Posted by John E. Marre on January 08, 1999 at 09:45:17:

In Reply to: Notice prior to moving out. posted by Shmiel on January 07, 1999 at 15:20:03:

If you had no lease, rented on a month-to-month, and no documents stating an agreed-upon term of tenancy were signed, the landlord would, with no reasonable doubt, if prompted for any reason, put you out with as much notice as you left.
Ethic responsibility to pay him? No.
If he's so desparate for your $500, it looks like he'll have to invest more than that to retain a lawyer to prove that you actually lived in the apartment in the first place and, in the second place, that you had an obligation to notify him of your intention to leave.
NB: Month-to-month tenancy can work to the benefit and detriment of both tenant and landlord.

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