If you have a month-to-month tenancy, you pay rent once a month and your rental agreement continues until either you or your landlord ends it. To end a month-to-month tenancy, you or your landlord must give each other written notice. This notice can be given at any time, but it must allow for at least 30 days before the actual date of termination. In the city of Portland, tenants are entitled to 90 days notice of a no-cause eviction. If your tenancy began more than one year ago, your landlord must give you a 60-day notice of termination — except in the city of Portland, where 90 days are required. The notice must clearly state the date that the tenancy will end. In private rental housing, it is not necessary for either party to give a reason for ending the tenancy, although a landlord may not give such a notice for an illegal reason. A landlord may base a court eviction proceeding on a 30-day notice given by a tenant. However, in some kinds of housing, including some government subsidized housing programs, a landlord cannot evict a tenant with a no-cause notice.
Oregon is very renter friendly so an eviction is possible but improbable. This source says 30-90 days notice have to be given. Also some government subsidized apartments can’t be evicted. Either Phil really fucked up and Toren started begging right when they got the notice, or something else is up. Here’s the relevant passage:
Phil's only entitled to 90 days' notice or added protections because it's subsidized housing if it's a no-cause eviction on a month-to-month lease (I think we're all assuming it's a for-cause eviction).Oregon is very renter friendly so an eviction is possible but improbable. This source says 30-90 days notice have to be given. Also some government subsidized apartments can’t be evicted. Either Phil really fucked up and Toren started begging right when they got the notice, or something else is up. Here’s the relevant passage:
Oregon Renters' Rights Laws said:A landlord in a month-to-month tenancy may also give you a 30-day eviction notice for cause. The cause for the notice must be either for not living up to your rental agreement or not complying with your duties set forth in the law. The notice must tell you the reason for eviction and must say that the rental agreement will end at least 30 days after you get the notice. If you can fix the problem by making repairs, paying damages, or otherwise, your landlord’s notice must also say that you can avoid eviction by fixing the problem within 14 days. The time period to fix the problem in a manufactured dwelling facility is the full 30 days. If you do not fix the problem within the 14 days, or 30 days if you are a homeowner renting space in a facility, your landlord may file a court eviction case after the 30-day notice period has gone by. If you do deal with the problem and your landlord is satisfied, your rental agreement will not end. However, if the same problem happens again within six months of the first notice, your landlord can end the rental agreement with a 10-day written notice that clearly states the problem and date of termination. In a facility, the second notice must provide 20 days for the tenant to move out.
My reasoning this won’t be the case with Phil is he crumbled immediately under any authority figure telling him he broke the rules and it is time to leave.Granted I know nothing about being evicted in Portland, but I've heard horror stories from other liberal cities about the eviction process sometimes taking years due to outrageous squatters rights laws/lack of enforcement.
Remember when he first moved in, he e-begged claiming he needed stuff like cups and dishes? Then he covered a table in maps. There were a bunch of pizza boxes in the bathroom. And Toren arrived out of nowhere and made Phil sleep on the couch.2016 -2019. 3 years.
I would honestly pay for a starbucks lunch to sit with Phil and have him explain what an actual "Antifa Work Call" consists of. I feel like that would be worth a $10 investment just to watch the gerbil on it's wheel try to actually quantify something.Work calls? From Antifa.
They don't work.
They don't make calls to work.
They don't make work. Calls.
Sir, the gerbil's been dead for years.I would honestly pay for a starbucks lunch to sit with Phil and have him explain what an actual "Antifa Work Call" consists of. I feel like that would be worth a $10 investment just to watch the gerbil on it's wheel try to actually quantify something.