just cause

Also referred to as “good cause”. A “good cause” reason is a reason that a landlord can use to legally evict a tenant. Good cause reasons include: habitual non-payment or habitual late payment of rent; causing damage to the property beyond wear and tear; breaking an important term of the lease; or the owner or the owner’s family member is moving into the property. If your lease is less than a year term, the landlord must have a good cause reason for evicting you.

Good Cause Protections: Can my landlord end my lease?
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