• No. if you have lived in a house or apartment, for 30 days or more, the owner has to give you a 30 day notice. this also applies to an eviction. apparently, in the beginning, you had some type of verbal agreement as to rent payment, upkeep, etc.. i only hope that this verbal agreement included a moving notification. also, if you verbally agreed to leave without proper notice, you may not have a defense. this is why a written agreement is so important. a written contract is excellent evidence for court. and words, well....they are just words.
  • Without a lease they can move with no notice at all. However, landlords often will charge clean up, damages and charges while preparing for a new renter to you and you will pay for all that.

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