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If you make sure your rent is paid, you cant be evicted for non-payment of rent. But remember, if you cant pay all of your rent on time, your landlord may have grounds to evict you. To evict you for non-payment of rent, your landlord should give you 30 days notice.
(a) Termination for nonpayment of rent. The landlord may terminate a tenancy for nonpayment of rent by providing actual notice to the tenant of the date on which the tenancy will terminate, which shall be at least 14 days after the date of the actual notice.
In Colorado, the only way a landlord may terminate the remainder of the tenants lease term and evict the tenant from the rental premises is through a forcible detainer suit. A forcible detainer suit requires the landlord to obtain a court order, requiring the tenant to vacate the property.
Tenants can sue landlords in small claims court for the return of their deposit, up to a dollar amount of $7,500. See Filing a Security Deposit Lawsuit in Oklahoma Small Claims Court for advice for tenants filing suit.
Can a landlord break a lease in Nevada? A landlord in Nevada is allowed to break a lease if a tenant intentionally damages the property and/or doesnt comply with the rental agreement, such as not paying rent on time. In either case, a landlord is required to give notice to a tenant.
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If your landlord bdocHubes the terms of the lease you can take legal action against them to court. This is because the lease is a contract between two parties (the leaseholder and the landlord) and any actions for bdocHub can be enforced via the courts.
If you are found by the court to be in bdocHub of the lease, the court could order you to pay damages, legal costs and/or ask you to put right any bdocHub if it is possible to do so. The landlord may also seek possession of your flat which is also referred to as forfeiture.
The landlord cant change the terms of the lease during the lease term. They must wait until the lease has expired (unless, of course, the lease itself provides for a change). The landlord cant force the tenant out of the unit before the lease ends, unless they violate the agreement.

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