No the rent was paid in November and December in full. We're in January now. So as of me writing this rent would've been due here on the 1st. The eviction the LL wrote was dated for December and addressed to my mother. So if anything yeah idk why she wouldn't give a 3 day notice to quit or pay. I know she would refuse rent payment anyway because she has told family members of mine over and over that she was going to kick everyone out so she could rent the house to her family and potentially sell the house to them. Kinda rent to own which is exactly what she tried to do with my mother and her then ex boyfriend who is now out of the picture.So..you haven’t paid 2 months of rent and your questioning why the landlord is so upset? To top it off..your worrying about your rights as a non-paying occupant?
In short like someone posted earlier, I'm surprised I haven't received a 3 day notice to quit or pay I'm sure if they lawyered up they will by Monday then they may do that 3 day notice because on Sunday they're going to come here and try to come in unexpectedly. That's what I am concerned about at this point whether she could actually have me removed without a court order and what police would likely do in that situation. In my state I believe if the LL just wants her house back and since we were month to month and now I'm the only one left, then she would have to issue a 30 day eviction notice addressed to me. Because a 3 day notice would mean if I pay, I stay. Well, she wants her family in and so I think but I'm not sure it has to be a 30 day notice the issue is the notice she gave back in December is Not addressed to me or any guests or anyone else but my mother.
The LL says she doesn't want to get nasty, I don't either. If she gives me a 3 day notice to pay or quit, I CAN pay her just this once but like I said before I don't think she will accept that just for the fact that her intention in that eviction notice addressed to our mom specifically states that she is wanting her house back so she can move her own relatives in to rent or possibly sell it to them. Which in my state, I don't believe that is cause for an eviction. Not trying to play lawyer here I just spent the last 2 days researching landlord tenant laws in my state and the legal aid handbooks.