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    so the person i rent a room from text me saying that she wants my boyfriend out because he simply doesnt tlak to her. well she wont say anything to him, as of yesterday 2/1/2013 she text me saying that she wanted him out, today 2/2/2013 she text again stating that she wanted his "ass" out or she would call the cops. if we have no contract/lease does she still need to give me a 30 day notice by law? or do i have to just get out asap.? and can she even kick him out because he doesnt talk to her?

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    Re: 30 day notice if we have no contract/lease

    Laws are state specific.
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    • #3
      Re: 30 day notice if we have no contract/lease

      Did your ll rent to you and the bf, or just to you?

      Every state requires some sort of notice, without a lease it's typically by how you pay. So if you pay weekly it's a week. If you pay monthly it's a month. Giving your state can confirm that.

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      • #4
        Re: 30 day notice if we have no contract/lease

        Originally posted by Dguad View Post
        so the person i rent a room from text me saying that she wants my boyfriend out because he simply doesnt tlak to her. well she wont say anything to him, as of yesterday 2/1/2013 she text me saying that she wanted him out, today 2/2/2013 she text again stating that she wanted his "ass" out or she would call the cops. if we have no contract/lease does she still need to give me a 30 day notice by law? or do i have to just get out asap.? and can she even kick him out because he doesnt talk to her?
        All too often, people believe that if there is no written lease or rental agreement document between the parties, that a LL can simply kick someone out of their rental property with little notice or reason. WRONG. Many states do recognize the validity of a verbal rental agreement for anything of less than one year. Once someone establishes residency or accepts rent of some sort in exchange for allowing someone to live in or possess a rental premises, they are a TENANT. That usually takes at least 2 weeks to 1 month, per local laws, for a person to establish residency.

        Your state laws (and sometimes local laws) will dictate what notice requirements the LL must follow in order to demand that a tenant vacate the premises. If there is no written lease or rental agreement, then they must usually give no less than 30 days notice to a tenant (for a monthly rental agreement) before they must leave. Most (but not all) require that notice to be IN WRITING, and delivered either by hand (with a proof of service) and/or via certified mail (to provide proof that the document was actually received by the tenant).

        As for reasons that a LL can kick out a tenant, that entirely depends on the jurisdiction. MOST allow for a no-fault eviction in a non-lease situation - in which case they aren't even required to give a reason to ask that they vacate. In others, they must have a valid reason to terminate a tenancy - such as non-payment of rent, or violation of a provision in the lease/rental agreement.

        That being said, we need to know in which state this is happening so that we can provide you the appropriate information on which you may rely.
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          what if the tenant refuse to accept the notice to vacate and still not paying the rental?we have no cntract.do we have a right to remove the things of tenant and locked the place?

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          • #6
            Re: 30 day notice if we have no contract/lease

            Posting it on the door is usually sufficient, if the tenant is avoiding notice.
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            I would not be trying to provide information and knowledge if I did not sympathize.

            Some days it is just not worth chewing through the restraints to face life.

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