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New Jersey law prohibits discrimination in housing based on the source of lawful income that a tenant would use to pay rent. Landlords and property managers cannot refuse to rent units to potential tenants because they would pay with a Section 8 housing voucher or other public assistance, for example.
For example, Section 8 notices are typically served when tenants are in arrears. For this to be considered a mandatory reason for possession, those payments need to be late by: 2 months if rent is paid monthly.
In order to terminate tenancy, the tenant must provide the owner with a written 30-day notice to vacate the unit, as required by the HUD lease. NOTE: The regulations for RHS Section 515/8 properties permit either the tenant or the owner to terminate the lease with a 30-day written notice.
If you get a section 8 notice, it's the first step your landlord has to take to make you leave your home. You won't have to leave your home straight away. If your section 8 notice is valid, your landlord will need to go to court to evict you. You might be able to challenge your eviction and stay longer in your home.
The landlord can issue a proper notice to vacate at the end of the initial term of the lease or at the end of any successive term (i.e. month to month, year to year). The landlord can issue notice to terminate during the lease term for lease violations or other good cause.
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Unless the housing authority or other subsidized landlord gives you the proper notice, you cannot be evicted, and the case must be dismissed.
As stated above, a landlord cannot evict you just because your lease is over. Because of this, unless the landlord has other legal grounds to evict you, the only reason for a landlord to end your old lease is so that he can offer you a new lease with different terms, such as a higher rent or new rules and regulations.
The most common reasons for losing your Section 8 voucher are: Breaking any of the program's family obligations. ... Criminal activity or alcohol abuse. ... Violent criminal activity, Drug-related criminal activity, Not paying rent on time, Not keeping utilities like gas, electric, or water on in the unit,
Yes. As long as you follow California (and any local) eviction laws, you can evict a Section 8 tenant, as you would any other tenant, for non-payment of rent or other serious or repeated lease violation.
Types of Complaints Investigated by FHEO Discrimination under the Fair Housing Act (including housing that is privately owned and operated) Discrimination and other civil rights violations in housing and community development programs, including those funded by HUD.

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