You’re a good tenant but get out…..

So I was doing some research for my blog when up pops a news story of a law to allow landlords to kick tenants out when your lease is up.

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Even if you are always on time with your rent.

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Even if you have never caused them a lick of trouble.

Yes, you, the most admirable tenant in the world…you too can be given the boot at the landlord’s whim…at least according to this bill.

Well, for one, I always assumed that landlords could do that anyway.

But, the question that I ask today isn’t whether or not landlords can…I ask should landlords should be able too.

The landlords are saying that tenants have too much power now while tenants are saying that this bill would give landlords too much authority.

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Personally, I am topsy turvy on this action but I tend to fall down on the side of the tenant.

Unless there is major structural damage to the unit, I see no reason for an admirable tenant to be ejected from home.

Yes, home…

No apartment….

No unit…


Or, will just have to make it equal and the tenant can have to ability to leave before the lease is up with absolutely no penalties.

How would landlords like those apples?

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