Landlord Tenant Matters
Jan. 28, 2016
If you are terminating your tenant's tenancy in your building and all of the proper Notices have been served upon the tenant, you cannot continue to collect the rent after the date that the tenancy is terminated in the Notice.
Often times the Landlord gives the tenant proper Notice to vacate upon a cerain date. If the tenant refuses to vacate and pays the rent and the Landlord accepts that rental payment, the Notices previously provided to the tenant are no longer valid.
Additionally, the requirements of the Notice are extremely important as the Court will not evict a tenant based upon Notice provided unless all of the legal requirements are met.