What happens after a 30 day notice?
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Considering this, what happens when you get a 30 day notice?
When you get a 30-day eviction notice, you must leave before the 30 days is out; otherwise, you become a trespasser. The landlord can go to court and get an order authorizing the sheriff to forcibly remove you from the property.
Furthermore, what happens after notice to vacate? Once the landlord gives the tenant a notice to vacate, the tenant has three days to pay the rent (if the landlord has given the tenant that option) or leave the rental property. The three days begin on the date the notice is delivered to the tenant. Weekends and holidays are included in the three-day period.
One may also ask, do you have 30 days after eviction notice?
Your landlord can keep, sell, or throw out anything else 30 days after the Board made the order or your landlord gave you the notice. If you contact your landlord within the 30 days and say that you want to pick up your things, your landlord must let you in to pick them up at a reasonable time.
What happens if I dont give a 30 day notice?
If you do not give notice, the landlord could make you pay rent for another lease period. Your lease says the number of days' notice you must give. Most leases say you have to give notice 30 days before the last day of the lease.