Hi our landlord brought us a three day notice to evict the premises or to give him our car. I'd that legal
Probably not. First a 10 day demand to comply or vacate is required in most cases, not 3 days. Secondly, the demand to comply or vacate has to relate to a lease violation by you, like if you owe rent or have unauthorized people living there or have pets in violation of the lease, etc... You cannot be evicted for violating some other obligation you owe the landlord. If you owe him money or something like that, relating to a car purchase or loan or something, that is not part of your rental agreement, then that is not grounds to evict. You cannot be evicted for violations of a contract that are seperate from your lease agreement.
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