Q: my landlord has to give me a eviction notice right? he cant just make me move out on 3/23/23 can he?
My Landlord has threatened to make me move out of my home i rent from him, on 3/23/23 if i dont give him 4300$ & sign a lease, i have no problem signing a lease, i dont know where this 4300$ is all about . i pay my rent i have receipts with his signature. i have not paid my rent this month cuz , i have no heat , i have black mold, & now all of a sudden hes telling us we cant use the back yard cuz he want to put 2 lil houses back there! this is crazy hes going to be here tomorrow to try & throw me out. what can i do?
In California, a landlord cannot legally evict a tenant without first providing a written notice of termination of tenancy. This notice must specify the reason for the termination and the date by which the tenant must vacate the premises. In most cases, a landlord must provide a minimum of 30 days' notice for a month-to-month tenancy, but the notice period may be longer for certain situations, such as non-payment of rent.
It is illegal for a landlord to forcibly remove a tenant from a rental property without following the proper legal procedures, which may involve obtaining a court order for eviction.
If your landlord is threatening to evict you without providing a proper notice, you may want to contact a local tenants' rights organization or an attorney who specializes in landlord-tenant law. They can advise you on your legal rights and options, including filing a complaint with the local housing authority or pursuing legal action against the landlord.
In the meantime, it may be helpful to document any communication or interactions with your landlord and to keep records of your rent payments and any maintenance issues or repairs needed in the rental property. This can help support your case if you need to take legal action.
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