Beaverton, OR asked in Contracts and Landlord - Tenant for Oregon

Q: 90 Days eviction notice

The landloard just sent me 90 eviction notice with one month payment check ,claiming he will renovate the apartment ,i need to know my rights can i stay until my lease contract ends on Feb2022,What can i ask for compensation ,and what if i didn't evict after the 90 days .


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Gregory L Abbott
Gregory L Abbott
  • Landlord Tenant Lawyer
  • Portland, OR
  • Licensed in Oregon

A: Much depends upon the exact wording of your 90 day notice and the situation. Normally a landlord could only do a no-cause termination of tenancy with notice if you were on a month to month tenancy, NOT a fixed term (prior to the term expiring). Perhaps your situation is different if there is true safety or health concerns - if your ceiling, walls, foundation, etc. are in danger of collapse, a landlord likely will not have to wait until after Feb 2022 to remove you and conduct repairs. Note I said repairs; improvements are not likely to fly without your agreement before Feb. 2022 and certainly not if it requires you to vacate.

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