Eviction

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Question: Can a landlord evict a tenant with no reason (we have always paid the rent). If so, should the notice be given 30 days prior eviction ?

Answer: During the term of a lease or rental agreement you can only be evicted for cause. If you have a lease the right to occupy terminates when the lease is over and there is no need for notice. If you are "month-to month" there must be notice at least 30 days notice.

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