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While HUD may not care if you break a lease, you can bet the tenant will. If they don't leave, the only way to get them out is to file to evict them. Unless they have done something to violate the lease, you won't be able to. A judge won't evict them if they haven't violated the lease.
The housing authority cannot end a lease except for serious or repeated violations of lease terms or for other good cause. The housing authority must send the tenant written notice of its intent to evict the tenant.
If you break your Section 8 lease for a non-approved reason or do not get HUD pre-approval for your move, you risk losing your Section 8 housing vouchers. If you are in danger due to domestic violence or substandard living conditions, get to safety before contacting your HUD representative.
Yes, it is legal to be denied a rental because you don't meet the criteria (past eviction). HUD subsidized apartment complex needs you to fulfill the criteria and it is legal if you are denied due to past eviction. One thing HUD will do is Rent to you AFTER you pay off any old renting bills.
Landlords in California and most other states have the right to evict their tenants for cause, including tenants who pay their rent with the aid of Section 8 vouchers. Sufficient cause for tenant eviction includes not paying rent, lease violations and property damage.
There isn't a section 8 lease. If you break the lease under conditions not covered by it you will be responsible for paying the rent until your lease ends. Also understand that if you break the lease you will have to pay the full amount of rent for the time remaining. Section 8 won't pay in that case.
In order to terminate tenancy, the tenant must provide the owner with a written 30-day notice to vacate the unit, as required by the HUD lease. NOTE: The regulations for RHS Section 515/8 properties permit either the tenant or the owner to terminate the lease with a 30-day written notice.
Eviction or Lease Termination An eviction causes problems with Section 8 and may result in termination of your voucher. For more information on eviction, please see Legal Aid's Eviction: The Court Process brochure. Your lease cannot be terminated by your landlord during the initial lease term except for good cause.
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