Can i Get evicted with the pandemic going on without a lease ?
- 2 months ago
Yes you can if you violate your lease
- babyboomer1001Lv 72 months ago
Of course. The short term hold on evictions only applies to those who cannot pay their rent due to loss of job because of covid. Any other lease violation or reason, you should expect to be evicted. And, I think the hold on evictions ends soon. It has been extended in some states.
- StephenWeinsteinLv 72 months ago
Maybe. Depends on where you live and why you're getting evicted.
- Landlord365Lv 62 months ago
Regulations vary by state. In many states, Yes unless it is for not paying. In many states the only evictions banned are for not paying.
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- SlumlordLv 72 months ago
Depends on where you are - laws vary state to state. Where I am, right now, you can't be evicted for not paying your rent but can be evicted if you don't have an active lease. The ban on evictions for not paying rent ends at the end of the year.
- R PLv 72 months ago
Yes, a court can evict you even if you do not have a lease.
You can be evicted if you are damaging the property or if you engage in illegal activity. You can be evicted for non-payment if your income has not been affected by Covid-19. You can be evicted if the landlord gives you notice to vacate but you refused to move.
- MaxiLv 72 months ago
Only courts can evict you and where you are in the world will depend on if the courts are processing evictions or not at the moment...most countries they are..the landlord can certainly give you notice to leave and in the majority of countries can court evict you, in the remiaining countries the eviction paperwork can be filed and once their courts are opporating you will be evicted
- linkus86Lv 72 months ago
A landlord can give you a demand notice to vacate, but can't formally evict you in eviction court due to a moratorium against doing so through the end of the year.
- SlickterpLv 72 months ago
They can give you notice to vacate, yes.
- sunshine_melLv 72 months ago
Depends on the eviction rules re the pandemic wherever you live - some areas aren't permitting evictions currently.
If you don't have a paper lease, you're a month to month tenant, so your tenancy can be ended with one month's notice in writing (which is NOT an eviction).
If your landlord wants to evict you for breaking the lease, he'll need to go through the legal channels to do so.