I am behind on my rent for my business. we currenlty are a tenant at will. lease was not renewed. they are going to start eviction proceedings. how long due i have to vacate the premises
2 Answers from Attorneys
The rules for commercial eviction are much less tenant friendly than residential. You should consult an attorney who can research the issue for you.
Tenancy at will means that, and you have no rights if you have not paid the rent (else you are effectively month-to-month until notified to vacate); best be sure to avoid having anything valuable on the premises as I have seen landlords arrive with a sheriff and exercise a landlord lien on the contents to secure the overdue rent!
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