Q: i am 64 years old and been living in my apartment for over 11 years. the last couple of months my rent has been paid
late due to the pandemic. i dont have a lease and my landlord wants to evict me claiming he wants the apt for his son. can i be evicted?
i can't afford to move and have no where to go what are my rights. he refuses to use my security toward the rent.
A: I am sorry to hear about your situation. Your landlord will have to take you to court to evict you.
Odds are a judge will give you time to find a new place. So, technically you can be evicted, but probably not any time soon. You should start looking at assistance programs that may help you move.
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