What happens if landlord files for eviction without a notice to quit in Pennsylvania?
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More information is needed about your individual situation and you should speak with an attorney directly.
In PA the notice to quit can be waived in the lease or even shortened. If your lease does not have a clause waiving a notice to quit, then you must be given a notice to quit of either 10,15, or 30 days depending on the length that you have been at the residence 15 days if you have lived less than a year at the residence. 30 days if you have lived at the residence longer than a year. 10 days if you have failed to pay rent regardless of the time that you have been at the residence.
In PA, you must be evicted by a Judge, the landlord cannot just lock you out. If you have a hearing you should show up for it (or get an attorney to show up) and argue your case on why your lease should not be terminated by the judge.
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