There is still over 2-weeks left for me to move but, I can't find a new place. they're all either too expensive, or too small, or just not available. A lot of places also have waiting lists that I'm on but, where do I go in the mean time? Could I just stay here for awhile longer or do I have to leave
There is still over 2-weeks left for me to move but, I can't find a new place. they're all either too expensive, or too small, or just not available. A lot of places also have waiting lists that I'm on but, where do I go in the mean time? Could I just stay here for awhile longer or do I have to leave since I signed that paper?
I don't think there is anything in any city ordinance that states when you give 30 day notice to vacate that you can't change your mind
the landlord may have another bent on this, he may have already rerented the place and making plans to clean up after you move(he probably has to repaint)
check with the landlord
You can ask.
If someone else has already put down a deposit for your apartment, then you have to move out.
Otherwise, the landlord will probably let you stay. However, they are free to set a higher rent in the new lease or charge you for the amount they spent advertising the apartment.
The answer to your question would be determined by your landlord.
You gave your 30 day notice that you would be moving.
Since you gave your notice that you would be leaving, your landlord has taken the necessary means of advertising and setting up a cleaning crew, possible painters and other maintenance individuals to have the rental unit in position to be rented.
If your landlord has found a new tenant, your landlord might deny your request to stay the additional days.
Of course if you reside in a large rental complex and your landlord do not have a new tenant, you would probably be allowed to remain for the additional days you want or need.
If you are approved, to remain in your rental unit, you would want to clarify if you would be required to give further notice that you would be moving or would you be given a set number of days to remain.
You might want to have your approval in writing and the number of days you are approved to remain in the rental unit.
I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck.
If the landlord has not found anyone else to take over the lease, then I am sure he would be happy to give you a new lease. If however he has already re-let the place you will have to leave. Speak to the landlord.
Talk to the management. If they have not re-rented your unit, they will most likely allow you to sign a new lease. Keep in mind, though, that if they have re-rented your unit, you have to be out by the end of the current rental period.
you can ask, but it is up to the landlord, if they already have a new tenant on a lease, you can't stay
You can ask them. It probably won 't matter. They will require that you move out when you gave notice to.
You can ask if you can stay – but they do NOT have to let you
They may for example have new tenants ready to move in. You chose to give notice – you should have made better plans.
Once you put the notice in, you are at their mercy. If they say too bad, you have to go, you have to go. You'd have to ask them if they re-rented the unit yet. If they did, bye bye. If not, they may allow you to stay month to month.
Its OK however it depends on if they accept you wanting to stay, they may have already started to spend money to advertise the property for rent, they may have people waiting to rent the property and they may tell you for you to remain you will have to cover those costs and sign another contract which is totally within their rights to do