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N7 Eviction 10 Days Notice 

chris123
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Posted On: 5/13/2014
chris123
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Hi there,

We recently moved into a new basement apartment only to find the landlord - its a long story but the property manager is the landlord's son, and they are saying that they need the apartment for the property manager to live in/he already lives there after checking a few sits and what not I came across this

If the reason for eviction is that your landlord claims: Your landlord must give you this much notice:
you owe rent 14 days (but 7 days if you pay your rent by the week or by the day)
you often paid your rent late 60 days (but 28 days if you pay your rent by the week or by the day)
you broke the law or ran an illegal business, caused damage by being careless, or disturbed other tenants 20 days the first time

14 days if it is the second notice within 6 months
you seriously risked the safety of others in the building, or were making or selling an illegal drug 10 days
your landlord or your landlord's family member or a caregiver wants to move in 60 days
your landlord wants to tear down the building or use it for something else 120 days

How can they issue us an eviction notice for 10 days and not 60? Whats going to happen? I am not sure we can move that fast/find another place. To be very clear he is claiming that he either lives there or that he is going to need to live there, nothing to do with the safet of others
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Posted On: 5/13/2014
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Hello,

Thank you for sharing your situation and question with us.

We can appreciate that you would be concerned about this situation and require some information immediately.

We suggest that you may want to contact the nearest Community Legal Clinic for some assistance.

If you cannot get timely assistance through the nearest Community Legal Clinic, you may also want to contact the Landlord and Tenant Board directly.

I hope this information is helpful. Please let us know if you have further questions and if there is any follow up to your question/situation.

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Anna
Settlement.Org Content and Information/Referral Specialist, CIRS
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