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  TooTall0231  |  9

It is legal if they are behind on rent and have already been delivered an eviction notice. The eviction notice can be posted on your door and to a judge that is fair.

By  Or_worse_expelled  |  0

As you posted this from the Netherlands this isn’t legal. In the Netherlands you can’t get kicked out at all. Contact the Rechtswinkel in your nearest big city. They can help you with legal advice for free. Good luck.

By  pinilicious  |  19

Generally for a landlord to evict you without a cause (like not paying rent, etc.) most laws in states/regions must give you a notice to vacate, usually 30-60 days.

By  DanielleinDC  |  32

I don't know what the laws are in your country, but in the U.S., you have to give 30 days' notice. Maybe you can let your landlady know you're not in the country?

By  Mungolikecandy  |  19

Tenant rights in the Netherlands appears to state that a minimum of 3 months notice to quit is required and any less is an illegal act.

  Mungolikecandy  |  19

I would add to the above, unless the rent has not been paid or other such behaviours.