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After a 60 day no cause termination of a rental property, do

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After a 60 day no cause termination of a rental property, do I still need to give them a 30 day grace period to remove their things?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Landlord-Tenant
Expert:  Ely replied 1 year ago.

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What state is this in, please?

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
This tenant is on NOHA (HUD)
Expert:  Ely replied 1 year ago.
Thank you. The fact that this is a HUD tenant makes no difference.
Per Oregon § 90.425 -
When property is left on the premises after a tenant has been lawfully removed, the landlord must give the tenant written notice at his last-known address that the: (a) property is considered abandoned; (b) the tenant must contact the landlord within five days after personal delivery (or eight days after mailed notice) to arrange for removal; and (c) the property is being stored, including the storage location.
If the tenant fails to contact the landlord by the specific date, or after that contact fails to remove the property within 15 days, the landlord may sell or dispose of the property.
The landlord may deduct from any sale proceeds the reasonable or actual cost of notice, storage, and sale, and unpaid rent. The landlord must turn any residual over to the tenant.
So yes, another notice is required, although as you can see, it would not be for that long.
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