Bava Metzia 101 - Eviction Notice (Finds)

Suppose one rents a house to his fellow. In that case, he cannot evict the tenant in the winter, i.e., from Succoth until Passover - unless he gives the tenant notice in the summer, at least thirty days before the beginning of Succoth because during winter, rental houses in Israel were hard to find.

In large cities, where there is a perennial housing shortage, a landlord must give twelve months' notice before evicting a tenant.

With regard to stores, both in towns and large cities, a landlord must give twelve months' notice to allow the storeowners to start collecting on the credit they usually extend to their customers.

Art: A House in Winter by Henri Eugene Augustin Le Sidaner

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