I am writing on behalf...
I am writing on behalf of a friend. She owns a very nice three parcel home. In 2016 she left abuptly due to an abusive relationship with her boyfriend. He remained in the home under a lease
agreement for $1700 per month. After three months he quit paying and barred her from her own property with frivolous injunctions. In return she could no longer pay the mortgage and his actions forced her into foreclosure
.Unfortunately, years earlier she signed a quit claim deed to ex-boyfriend for 50% ownership
in parcels two and three. The home is located on parcel one. Due to this complication and twist in ownership it has been impossible to evict. The foreclosure attorney said to do nothing but let foreclosure happen and then he will be forced out. Ex boyfriend then files for bankruptcy and includes parcels two and three as his assests and blocks the foreclosure. It has now been18 months with no end in sight.At this point Landlord wants to seek other means of getting him off her property. She has never sent a letter for non payment of rent, nor numerous lease violations, including renting a back unit on Airbnb. He collects $100 per day from Airbnb and lives for free while she faces financial ruin. Landlord has contacted Airbnb and sent a request to remove his rental site due to lease and local county violations, but they refuse to take action. Said it is her problem to resolve.In the past you have recommended a Non-Renewal of Lease action. Landlord would like to proceed with that.
1) Can you outline to the steps involved with non-renewal of lease action in Oregon?
2) My research indicates that three letters of a lease violation should be sent within 12 months, prior to a non-renewal of lease letter. Can Landlord send three consecutitve letters out, a week a part, now?
3) Once Landlord send the Non-Renewal of Letter what is the next step? She cannot afford an attorney.
Is there a court hearing? Is a Judge required to issue the move out order? Is the Sherrif involved?
4) Is it too late to send a demand for back rent of $62,000? Keep in mind Evictions are currently no permitted in Oregon due to Covid19
Bot***** *****ne, how can we get this guy off the property? Thank you