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My cousin has been staying in a room in my apartment for the last few months. He has been in a bit of trouble with my landlady for being noisy, and now my landlady says she wants my cousin to leave the building. Can she force my cousin to leave?

by Guest774  |  6 years, 7 month(s) ago

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My cousin has been staying in a room in my apartment for the last few months. He has been in a bit of trouble with my landlady for being noisy, and now my landlady says she wants my cousin to leave the building. Can she force my cousin to leave?

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  1. Guest774

     Yes. When a landlord wants to evict a person living with you, she can issue a Notice To Vacate. The notice must give the person at least 14 days to leave the property from the time the notice is served. The notice must be written, signed by the landlord or her agent, and it must set out the date and time by which the person must leave the premises. If a person living with you does not leave by the time set out in the Notice to Vacate, your landlord can apply to court for an order that the person leave the premises.

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