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Maxmillian

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About two years ago the  Oregon legislature changed  The 30 day no cause  notice  to vacate a rental unit  . The law now requires the landlord to give a 60 day notice . My question ; can they now require landlords to give tenants under old leases   60 days  to move.? In short, does the new law override an existing contract which clearly says 30 days?
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The new law should include language as to when it takes effect.  Can you get a copy of the new law online?  What does it say?
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It depends. 1 - It may not be in effect yet. 2 - It may have grandfathered in old leases (or specifically not grandfathered in old leases). 3 - Most leases include something to the effect of 'unless otherwise required by law' and/or 'if any part of this lease is found to unlawful it does not negate the rest of the lease, only that part'. 

You may have to do a little more research. 

Are you wanting to get rid of a tenant that you have had over two years? What's the problem?
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If something has been modified or changed, it should be notified through mail or online like fast essay help. The land law is not something understandable easily.
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