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    heya guys

    Due to personal reasons I have not been on this site for quite a while. Now, due to (severe) things that happened recently, my current landlord would like me to leave 'as it's better to be with friends right now'.

    Polite way of saying 'we want you to leave, rather today than tomorrow'.

    Can they just do that?
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    Last edited by Mousey; 30-11-10 at 23:11.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robijntje View Post
    heya guys

    Due to personal reasons I have not been on this site for quite a while. Now, due to (severe) things that happened recently, my current landlord would like me to leave 'as it's better to be with friends right now'.

    Polite way of saying 'we want you to leave, rather today than tomorrow'.

    Can they just do that?
    Depends on the contract or lease i reckon. Generally they have to give notice.

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    Hello
    Landlord cannot ask you to leave from one day to another. You should have notice time......did you sign rental agreement or its a private landlord and you never singed anything Robi??

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    You have rights just as equal to those of your landlord ,;doc
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    Quote Originally Posted by dr love View Post
    You have rights just as equal to those of your landlord ,;doc
    Just as the doc said as long as you haven't been a naughty boy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robijntje View Post
    heya guys

    Due to personal reasons I have not been on this site for quite a while. Now, due to (severe) things that happened recently, my current landlord would like me to leave 'as it's better to be with friends right now'.

    Polite way of saying 'we want you to leave, rather today than tomorrow'.

    Can they just do that?
    This is absolutely illegal. Not only must they give sufficient notice, but they must also follow a procedure. Laws relating to the eviction of tennants in Ireland are heavily geared towards the tennant. The law is very much on your side. It is a pain in the ass for landlords to evict. Some may try call your bluff, even to the point of bringing heavies around to your door Unlike the UK, it is a very long and drawn out process.

    Have a read of this site, and then push it back to your landlord: Tenants

    Good luck, and remember to show your landlord that you know your rights.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wingman View Post
    This is absolutely illegal. Not only must they give sufficient notice, but they must also follow a procedure. Laws relating to the eviction of tennants in Ireland are heavily geared towards the tennant. The law is very much on your side. It is a pain in the ass for landlords to evict. Some may try call your bluff, even to the point of bringing heavies around to your door Unlike the UK, it is a very long and drawn out process.

    Have a read of this site, and then push it back to your landlord: Tenants

    Good luck, and remember to show your landlord that you know your rights.
    but if they do bring in the 'heavies', and put you, and your stuff out there''.s nothing that Garda can do, ''It's a civil matter.


    this happened to friend once, and boy did they make the landlord's live a living hell; actually, she's forbidden from renting to anyone; there's more to the story, but she was trying to pull a fast one on the Eastern Health Board, or whomeverr doles out housing allowances BITCH

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    As far as I know they cant do that UNLESS you are in breach of your lease terms but even then notice etc has to be given again not 100% sure but you can ask for advice from the PRTB I reckon
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    Quote Originally Posted by robijntje View Post
    heya guys

    Due to personal reasons I have not been on this site for quite a while. Now, due to (severe) things that happened recently, my current landlord would like me to leave 'as it's better to be with friends right now'.

    Polite way of saying 'we want you to leave, rather today than tomorrow'.

    Can they just do that?
    Can we take it that your landlord is also your housemate, as in you are staying in his house?

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