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Re: filthy tenant by Gernot on September 28, 2017 @08:27

                              
If the tenant is "filthy"? due to a mental disability, then you need to proceed with caution to avoid any violation of the Fair Housing Act. Maybe Garry can give you the correct procedure required under law if this is the case with your tenant.

Some States do require a reason to be given for ending a rental agreement. This might be a requirement of your State?
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Re: filthy tenant by Anonymous on September 28, 2017 @08:29 [ Reply ]
I do not believe any state requires a landlord to give a reason to end a tenancy at the normal end of the lease period

In the case of month to month...that period is the last day of the full month.

Name the states that require this. I would like to look each of them up
    Re: filthy tenant by Anonymous on September 28, 2017 @09:20 [ Reply ]
    Look them up yourself! Believe what you want, it's your choice to remain ignorant!
    Re: filthy tenant by Anonymous on October 2, 2017 @02:36 [ Reply ]
    You can look up Portland Oregon relocation fee law, new for 2017 which requires the landlord to pay between 2900 to 4500 dollars to ask a tenant to leave a rental house without cause in the case of a month to month. This does not include at the end of a fix term lease, a house shared with the landlord or the landlords own home which has been rented for less than 3 years.

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