Attention Landlords! Don’t Make This Eviction Mistake

August 7, 2020 | Bill Henry

If you are in the process of evicting or wanting to evict one of your tenants, make sure you don’t make this length of notice mistake.

Eviction attorney Dylan Becker briefly explains how you should properly determine the length of notice.

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In handling evictions, one of the most common problems that I see is in the notice to quit.

Know the Right Length of Notice

So, a notice to quit requires a different length of notice based on the period of the tenancy.

So, a lot of people end up thinking that if a tenant has been there for a number of years, then the longest period of notice required would apply.

That’s not always the case.

Example

So, for instance, a lease might specify that the rental period is month-to-month and may have just been renewed on a regular basis for a number of years. In that case, the notice required would be based on the month period, and not based on the entire duration of the tenant’s stay.

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For more information on evictions, my name is Dylan Becker, and I’m an associate attorney at Robinson & Henry. Thanks.

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