Assuming no eviction case has been started at this point, answer is yes, say no, then she has to send you a 7-day notice for non-pmt of rent, the file eviction case, another 7-14 days until hearing, then another 10 days to redeem, then landlord can get an eviction order from court, then hire a court officer, so us a good month. You may ask landlord if she will forgive back rent if you move immediately... it sounds like there may be a new tenant in line? Click Pamphlet below for more information.
The above answer is generalized reply to an question and is not intended to be legal advice or establish an attorney-client relationship with you. If necessary you should meet with an attorney and provide the attorney with all relevant documents and get an attorney opinion or advice on your situation.
It is doubtful but the question will be answered by your purchase agreement and lease. See an attorney for a firm opinion.
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Find your purchase agreement and contact a lawyer to go over it with you. A lawyer will be able to better answer your question if he or she has the purchase agreement.
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It is impossible for an attorney to answer you without seeing your purchase and lease agreement. I strongly suggest you find a local attorney who can review this and give you your options. If you have to leave within 7 days, it is likely the landlord went to court and received an eviction against you.
Get a lawyer immediately.
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