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While awaiting action on your rent reduction, call the New York City Citizen Service Center at 311 (TTY 212-504-4115) to reach the NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) Central Complaint Bureau, write by certified mail, return receipt requested, or online at
Step 1: Written Notice to Vacate. Unless the lease agreement says otherwise, the landlord must give the tenant at least 3 days to move out. They cannot file an eviction suit before they give this notice in writing.
NOTE: Under Virginia law, if you do not have a lease, and you do not pay rent, you are considered a \u201ctenant at sufferance.\u201d This means you can be evicted for any reason at all, at any time, and no notice needs to be given to you.
The tenant can't be behind on rent at the time notice is given. The problem must either a) materially affect the physical health or safety of an ordinary tenant or b) arise from the landlord's failure to supply hot water at a minimum temperature of 120°F.
Landlords cannot enter tenanted properties without giving proper notice. Landlords cannot arbitrarily end someone's tenancy before the lease expires. Arbitrary, mid-lease rent increases are not permitted unless specified in certain circumstances in the lease or by the municipality.
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The police might say illegal eviction and harassment is a civil matter. Tell them it's a criminal offence under section 1 of the Protection from Eviction Act 1977.
If you don't have a written lease and you pay rent monthly, or your written lease is month-to-month, you can be evicted only if: You owe rent and you were served with a 14 day demand for the rent (a thirty day demand is required if you are renting from a manufactured home park), or.
When a tenant commits a criminal act in the unit, no notice is required. The landlord can immediately file an eviction lawsuit. When a tenant is one \u201cat sufferance,\u201d that means the tenant is under no lease agreement and does not pay rent. Here, the tenant can be removed at any time and for any reason without notice.
The law requires your landlord to repair conditions that affect the physical health and safety of ordinary tenants. These could include things like roaches, rats, sewage leaks, roof leaks, faulty electrical wiring, and normal wear and tear to the unit (such as ripped carpeting or broken flooring).
According to the Texas Attorney General, Texas tenants are entitled to the following rights: The right to "quiet enjoyment" of your home. This means your landlord cannot evict you without proper cause (most commonly nonpayment of rent) or otherwise disturb your right to live in peace and quiet.

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