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Will this prevent an eviction on our rental history?

The management company of our apartment complex has threatened to evict us if the neighbors downstairs keep complaining about us being to noisy. And the neighbors are all mad about us calling the police when they have parties. When we got home this morning from the grocery store the on-site manager started screaming at us about all this crap (she lives below us) and long story short it slipped out of her mouth that the management company has prepared an eviction notice for us. Since we have not been served anything yet I hurried and wrote a 30 day notice that we are moving out and gave it to the manager downstairs. Since they never gave us any forms will this at least prevent an eviction being legally filed?

 
Anonymous

Asked by Anonymous at 6:05 PM on Oct. 3, 2010 in Home & Garden

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  • A couple of things... IF... the management co has filed in court then it will be on your history/credit... you should be served soon...
    The other thing is they need due cause for eviction ... that means a paper trail of complaint with both parties being notified etc...
    Now IF the on site manager accepted the 30 day notice from you and submitted it to the management co, then it SHOULD stop all
    other filing (only if it hasn't gone to the courts yet) should stop...

    My Dh works for a large Management co....
    gmasboy

    Answer by gmasboy at 6:27 PM on Oct. 3, 2010

  • Sounds like it should work- good thinkin!!
    skittles1108

    Answer by skittles1108 at 6:10 PM on Oct. 3, 2010

  • I would think so, if not, you at least have a good leg to stand on for disputing it on your credit...Do you have to sign anything when you are evicted?
    stringtheory

    Answer by stringtheory at 6:11 PM on Oct. 3, 2010

  • i meant your history, I don't think that goes on your credit...
    stringtheory

    Answer by stringtheory at 6:12 PM on Oct. 3, 2010

  • You presented your papers first, so yes, it should work. I'm sorry you have to deal with that. What crap! But at least you're getting away from there, right? :)
    aliceryannesmom

    Answer by aliceryannesmom at 6:25 PM on Oct. 3, 2010

  • It depends of if they have filed papers with the court that haven't been served to you yet.
    twinsplus2more

    Answer by twinsplus2more at 8:13 PM on Oct. 3, 2010

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