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60 day notice to move out

Posted on: 29th May, 2013 01:23 am
We have been given a 60 days notice to move out of the property. My roommates say that the process will take more than 60 days so; we can stay as long as possible. Now, I will have to go out of state for some work for few days. So, should I shift my belongings or keep them as per my roommates say?
Hi Kevin,

It won't a good thing to ignore the notice that you have received. It will be better if you could shift your belongings to some other place before going out of the state.

Take care
Posted on: 29th May, 2013 02:37 am
Your notice is the first legal step to have you evicted from your residence. You do not want an eviction reported against you. You will find it extremely difficult to rent another home with an eviction on your record. Best to comply with the 60 days. Once the time is up, then the legal issues get more complex and the landlord has increased rights to kick you out and keep your belongings after a set period of time, depending on what state you are located in.
Posted on: 29th May, 2013 04:10 pm
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