I got married to my handsome Husband in NY.. who is a resident of Colorado.. he then got his own apartment(in CO) and we moved in together. Things took a bad turn between us and he now wants me to leave. The least agreement of the apartment also needs to be renew.
It seems like your handsome husband is not looking quite so pretty right now. I am sorry for that turn of events. If the lease is expiring and the landlord does not renew it, you both will have to vacate the apartment. Unless/until your husband legally evicts you, you can stay until the end of the lease. Whether you want to remain where you are not wanted is a totally different question. It seems as though it is time to begin planning for a future without your handsome husband. Unless you feel physically or emotionally threatened by his conduct (in which case, please get yourself to safety, call the police and perhaps get a protection order), you should plan to leave when you are ready. Good luck to you.
You do not say whether or not you are on the lease. If you and your husband do not renew the lease and you are unable to sign a lease on your own, then yes, you will have to leave at the end of the lease term. If you or your husband have the ability to go month-to-month on the lease afterwards, then you cannot be forced out without a formal eviction which requires cause. It would be impossible to know if you have the ability to go month-to-month without reviewing your lease. If you are not on the lease, and he chooses to leave, then you may have to do so as well. That is where it gets complicated since you are still a tenant, albeit a different kind of tenant, that the landlord would have to evict through formal proceedings. Even if you are not on the lease, your husband cannot simply kick you out since you are still a tenant without a formal eviction. Depending upon how long you have been in Colorado, you are likely a resident of Colorado as well. I would highly advise obtaining the advice of local and experienced counsel.
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