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Re: Purpose of Month to Month? by P-Bone (NY and OH) on January 2, 2018 @07:26

I was in NY, although it was Western New York, Buffalo suburbs, I had no problem getting month-to-month tenants out. One case I just decided to give 30 days notice. Tenant decided not to pay the following month. By the 31st of that month I had my court date completed, payment for rent for the month, late fees, and a judgment for legal fees, as well as the tenant out. If you do the process correctly, properly serve the notices, you should have no problem. I suggest hiring a lawyer if you need them out in a hurry. There is no defense on a month-to-month tenancy if the landlord abides by the terms of that agreement with proper notices in order to get it vacant. The only thing you would run into is a holdover tenant who won't leave at the stated date and there is also no defense for that. If you are still failing with judges in your area, maybe something isn't being followed correctly.
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