Q: Feb. 2020 moved into apartment complex owner “westside lakeshore LLC” covid happened. Covid paper work submitted.
Pr county website he has seen, No order/ judgement taken. I received notice of termination of month to month tenancy. On June 4th it Says rental of property has to be surrendered by 6/30/2021. This paper is not from a lawyer, court or service processor? Is this legal.
They haven’t given me the rights under eviction moratorium. I’ve applied for the 12,000. Rent assistance. I haven’t heard from them. Front office said if I get that it would pay me up until the first of June. Then I’d be considered late for this month and have next month also to pay. But I’m not eligible for month to month which she is basically saying I can pay
There is other issues with trash flys maggots flooding with rain flooding on and on! They just attempted to fix maggot issues seeing they were coming in my apt. And they know I take pictures of just about every thing I’m disabled auto immune issues and many more. They are aware. They usually have sidewalk blocked. Which is a emer Ext
A: You are a month to month tenant, which means that the LL can terminate your lease with 15 days notice. You are not being evicted, so Covid has nothing to do with it. A landlord's notice that your tenancy is not being extended another month is not a document that comes via the court system. Its real simple - you need to move out by the end of the month.
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