Eviction

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My roommate and I received a “pay or vacate” notice and were given until September 3rd. On that day, are they allowed by law to remove our belongings and rescind access OR do we still have time to dispute/make payments?

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  1. Pay or vacate is a notice that starts the eviction process. Every state is different, but if you don’t pay by the date in the notice, the landlord or property manager will file an eviction lawsuit. In Florida, this process takes around 30 days.
    My advice is to consult an attorney. If you can’t afford it, just Google free legal help and your state. I hope this helped.

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