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Hey I put in a 30 day notice to move out of my Current apartment

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Hey I put in a 30 day notice to move out of my Current apartment but the Tenants in my apartment are not out yet can my current landlord kick my out of my old apartment?
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Have you agreed to move out of your current apartment?
Customer: replied 4 years ago.
I have but my new apartment still has tenets in it
Then your landlord can seek to evict you.

And if he suffers damages because you are not moving out when you said you would you will be liable for any damages he incurs.

So if he has new tenants that are supposed to be moving in then he can suffer significant costs and you will be liable for them.

At the same time the landlord who owns the new apartment will be liable to you for any damages you incur.

Do you see what I mean?
Customer: replied 4 years ago.
So do I need to be out by July 1 st or do I need to be out by June the 30 th by 12 am
What was the agreement as to when you would leave?

So was your last day of the rental period June 30?

Did you move in on the first of the month?
Customer: replied 4 years ago.
I said to the land lord ill be out by July 1 st
Then you have to move out on July 1.

You don't need to move out before July 1.
Customer: replied 4 years ago.
So I have till July the first at 12 am right?
Unfortunately, I cannot seem to find that information online.

I am not in Newfoundland.

In Ontario you would have until mid-night but I am just not positive about this for Newfoundland.
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