You're like a bull in a china shop, and all the china is Landlords.
Landlord asked us to sign a new lease, and we said no.I long ago forgot and I'm too lazy to look back through pages of posts...
Can someone remind me what Bacchus' original issue with this landlord was?
Splitting hairs but in the second case you cannot evict. The buyer would need to invoke the right to move themselves in after contracts are exchanged. (So basically the same effect, except the buyer needs to run the eviction and time their move in date minimum a of 60d past closing.)If you want to move back in or use it yourself a couple of days a week, you can give 60 days notice. This is a legal reason for eviction.
If you want to sell it, you can evict with 60 days notice (as long as it's at or after the end of their lease) IF you have a buyer who is planning on moving in or buying for immediate family to move in.
do you live in Canada? I was always under the impression you lived in the UKSplitting hairs but in the second case you cannot evict. The buyer would need to invoke the right to move themselves in after contracts are exchanged. (So basically the same effect, except the buyer needs to run the eviction and time their move in date minimum a of 60d past closing.)
Interesting. My lawyer had said (i forgot what it was called until you mentioned) that once a purchase and sale agreement was obtained by the buyer that he/she could go off and file the relevant N-##form for eviction. Perhaps he was just trying to save me having to do the work by leaving out the affidavit bit.So it looks like if you have a signed purchase and sale agreement and an affidavit from the purchaser saying they or immediate family are moving in, you can evict on behalf of the purchaser.
I moved to the UK, but assuredly am Canadian. I let my flat in Toronto for about five years after moving over, and finally sold it. So I went through the whole landlord/non-resident/sale thing several years back.do you live in Canada? I was always under the impression you lived in the UK
No you dimwit, that was at the same time.nonono. wasn't there a massive scrap before that about rent increase before then?
You sent them all this legal documentation, then she decided that, wow get out. Then it came to that, which you're being basically a sociopath at this point.
You know how in Breaking Bad, Walt says he's doing this and that for his family blah blah blah, refuses to listen to reason, it's super obvious his ego will inevitably be his family's ruin, and Walt doesn't realize it until the end?
Just saying, Bacchus.