this guy has rental properties up the street from my house and he is evicting someone who's kids played with my younger brother(so we know them well) he is giving them three days. they went to the city and tried to complain but who they spoke to said that that was legal.... i wouldn't think that that is legal... only three days to pack up a family and find somewhere else to go.
Answer by Alejandra10 at 6:04 PM on Aug. 31, 2010
I don't remember what state your in but in VT no you have to be served paperwork and from that date of the paperwork goes in your hand you have 30days. But then there is also a paper you can file that will give you an extra 15 days if you haven't found a place and you have 10days left. Really evicting someone in this state can really take a landlord 3-9 months from them getting evicted. There's loop holes everywhere. You really just have to read every little thing and you can find one. My friend went though this and matter of fact she now owns the apartment building next to where she was evicted.
Answer by raemommy at 3:47 AM on Aug. 28, 2010
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Answer by 1scrappinmama at 8:58 AM on Aug. 28, 2010
How do you know they haven't been given 30 days or some other extension...are you SURE they are telling you the whole story?! Bottom line, the landlord has every right to expect that tenants pay ON TIME and IN FULL every month. IF that doesn't happen, then eviction is the end result.
Are the tenants employed? Could it be that the landlord is in financial trouble? Could he be losing the house? If so, then everyone loses!
Answer by LoriKeet at 9:11 AM on Aug. 28, 2010
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