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Quick One, Any Lawyer In The House? by arthurwillia(m): 6:49pm On Jan 19
Any lawyer in the house now, please signal so I can message you, need a serious legal advice ASAP
Re: Quick One, Any Lawyer In The House? by Cozymilly(m): 7:46pm On Jan 19
arthurwillia:
Any lawyer in the house now, please signal so I can message you, need a serious legal advice ASAP
how much can you pay for this serious legal advice?

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Re: Quick One, Any Lawyer In The House? by arthurwillia(m): 7:50pm On Jan 19
Cozymilly:
how much can you pay for this serious legal advice?

Na free consultation I Dey find, pro Bono baba mi
Not strong arming anyone
Any good person should help
I no get money
If I get money I go go yaba
Re: Quick One, Any Lawyer In The House? by Cozymilly(m): 8:37pm On Jan 19
arthurwillia:

Na free consultation I Dey find, pro Bono baba mi Not strong arming anyone Any good person should help I no get money If I get money I go go yaba
i'm listening, Whats up
Re: Quick One, Any Lawyer In The House? by arthurwillia(m): 8:49pm On Jan 19
Cozymilly:
i'm listening, Whats up

Is it right to disconnect the light of a tenant who isn’t owing for light for two months?
Re: Quick One, Any Lawyer In The House? by Cozymilly(m): 9:00pm On Jan 19
arthurwillia:


Is it right to disconnect the light of a tenant who isn’t owing for light for two months?
if it's in the tenants agreement, then easy yes. But if it isn't still yes. If the tenant wants light badly he/she should pay up.
Re: Quick One, Any Lawyer In The House? by arthurwillia(m): 9:16pm On Jan 19
Cozymilly:
if it's in the tenants agreement, then easy yes. But if it isn't still yes. If the tenant wants light badly he/she should pay up.
Ok so to the main issue
I have this tenant, his rent was due in oct ending and I asked him to renew, he didn’t pleading and I gave him a time frame and he didn’t meet up, so is he entitled to 6 months quit notice?
Re: Quick One, Any Lawyer In The House? by Cozymilly(m): 1:49am On Jan 20
arthurwillia:

Ok so to the main issue
I have this tenant, his rent was due in oct ending and I asked him to renew, he didn’t pleading and I gave him a time frame and he didn’t meet up, so is he entitled to 6 months quit notice?
yes he's entitled 6 months quit notice. But before that serve him with owners recovery of premises so that he will know after his 6 months you can arrest him & charge him to court if he doesn't leave. But for now don't take law into your hands. Patience is key when dealing with tenants under our law

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Re: Quick One, Any Lawyer In The House? by arthurwillia(m): 4:47pm On Jan 20
Cozymilly:
yes he's entitled 6 months quit notice. But before that serve him with owners recovery of premises so that he will know after his 6 months you can arrest him & charge him to court if he doesn't leave. But for now don't take law into your hands. Patience is key when dealing with tenants under our law

Ok so the next 6 months he will stay in my house free? Is that what it means?
Re: Quick One, Any Lawyer In The House? by Cozymilly(m): 8:35am On Jan 21
arthurwillia:


Ok so the next 6 months he will stay in my house free? Is that what it means?
sadly but yes, you have to endure for the next 6 months. But prior to that you should paste recovery of premises / notice to quit on his door or where he will see it. That way he will know that you can proceed to court if he doesn't leave after 6 months.
Re: Quick One, Any Lawyer In The House? by Cozymilly(m): 8:39am On Jan 21
arthurwillia:


Ok so the next 6 months he will stay in my house free? Is that what it means?
sadly but yes, you have to endure for the next 6 months. But prior to that you should paste recovery of premises / notice to quit on his door.
Re: Quick One, Any Lawyer In The House? by Socialsunny14(m): 8:42am On Jan 21
Cozymilly:
sadly but yes, you have to endure for the next 6 months. But prior to that you should paste recovery of premises / notice to quit on his door.
No, your wrong. Somebody who's rent has already expired is not entitled to six months. Notice to quit in that context is served during the existence of a lease. Supposing I am a yearly tenant, I am entitled to 6 months notice to quit before the expiration of my lease not after expiration..

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Re: Quick One, Any Lawyer In The House? by Stacyomolola(f): 8:56am On Jan 21
Wrong section angry
Re: Quick One, Any Lawyer In The House? by arthurwillia(m): 4:29pm On Jan 21
Cozymilly:
sadly but yes, you have to endure for the next 6 months. But prior to that you should paste recovery of premises / notice to quit on his door or where he will see it. That way he will know that you can proceed to court if he doesn't leave after 6 months.

Then that’s not justice
If he’s staying free
Well seeing my lawyer on Monday .
Re: Quick One, Any Lawyer In The House? by Cozymilly(m): 2:40am On Jan 22
Socialsunny14:

No, your wrong. Somebody who's rent has already expired is not entitled to six months. Notice to quit in that context is served during the existence of a lease. Supposing I am a yearly tenant, I am entitled to 6 months notice to quit before the expiration of my lease not after expiration..
yes, thanks for the correction
Re: Quick One, Any Lawyer In The House? by arthurwillia(m): 4:56am On Jan 22
Socialsunny14:

No, your wrong. Somebody who's rent has already expired is not entitled to six months. Notice to quit in that context is served during the existence of a lease. Supposing I am a yearly tenant, I am entitled to 6 months notice to quit before the expiration of my lease not after expiration..

Are you a lawyer?
Re: Quick One, Any Lawyer In The House? by Socialsunny14(m): 6:59am On Jan 22
arthurwillia:


Are you a lawyer?
Don't worry its a free advice

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Re: Quick One, Any Lawyer In The House? by Tora: 8:09am On Jan 22
arthurwillia:


Then that’s not justice
If he’s staying free
Well seeing my lawyer he's staying will not be free poo. He will pay for the six months he will stay, that is what the law says not free. Many people have this misconception. How can you stay in someone's house for free. Quit notice does not make he's stay free he will pay in full for those did months. on Monday .

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