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All tenants have a right to clean, habitable housing, and landlords are required to maintain livable unitsones in which doors and windows are not broken; the roof and walls keep out water; plumbing works and dispenses hot and cold water; and there are no vermin running free in the building and unit.
Your landlord must make urgent repairs, like those just mentioned, quickly. Non-urgent defects that do not put your health and safety at risk should be made within 30 days.
Terminating a tenancy However, if you do not have a fixed-term tenancy, the landlord can ask you to leave during the first 6 months without giving a reason. They must serve a valid written notice of termination and give you a minimum 90-day notice period.
New Hampshire Eviction Process Timeline Notice Received by TenantsAverage TimelineIssuing an Official Notice7 days to 30 daysIssuing and Serving of Summons and ComplaintA few days to a few weeksTenant Files for Appearance7 daysCourt Hearing and Judgment10 days2 more rows Aug 11, 2022
Basic Rights: All tenants in New Hampshire are legally entitled to a unit that meets basic health, structural, and safety standards, and that is in good repair. Withholding of Rent: Yes. A tenant may withhold rent if the landlord fails to keep the rental unit in a livable condition.
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Bailiffs have to give you a notice of eviction with the date and time of your eviction. They have to give you the notice at least 14 days before they evict you. You might be able to ask the court again to delay the date youll need to leave - for example if you can now repay your arrears or youre going to be homeless.
New Hampshire Eviction Process Timeline Notice Received by TenantsAverage TimelineIssuing an Official Notice7 days to 30 daysIssuing and Serving of Summons and ComplaintA few days to a few weeksTenant Files for Appearance7 daysCourt Hearing and Judgment10 days2 more rows Aug 11, 2022
Before they can start the eviction process, a landlord must give the tenant an official written 7-Day Notice to Quit. The landlord is under no obligation to let the tenant pay rent they may owe. However, landlords may give a second chance should they wish so.
Termination, Eviction and Other Rules: For restricted property, the landlord must give 7 days notice. For nonrestricted property, the landlord must give 30 days notice N.H. Rev. Stat.
The right to know the identity of your landlord. The right to live in the property undisturbed. The right to see the propertys energy performance certificate (EPC), which, except in very specific circumstances, should be rated a minimum of E. The right to be protected from unfair rent and unfair eviction.

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