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now the apartment we stayed at in toronto is suing us :angry: apparently, we had to give 2 months notice when we were going to leave ... but when you're a ) deported, and b ) unexpectedly get a visa, how in the hell are you supposed to give that kind of notice? why would the freaking landlord not say anything about it when we told her we were leaving?

dammit dammit dammit!!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: England
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I assume that they do have that in writing, about the two months notice.....?

If they don't, tell them to bring it on. If they do, you may be able to offer them payment to cover for the time the apartment was unrented until the end of your contract, pro-rata'd monthly. It's not an ideal solution financially for you, but it may be a lot quicker and cheaper than being sued.

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Canada
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Filed: Timeline
You were deported?

i was "asked to leave" as the last step before they deported me. but yes. it was me. it's really embarrassing to tell people i was kicked out of canada. that's ok ... they'll never see me again.

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Filed: Timeline
So how can they even sue you if you're not there?

Hey, it's not your fault you can't go back to Canada to defend yourself :P

that's what i'm thinking!! i'm honestly not sure what they can actually do to me if i ignore them completely ... they can't cross the border with that kind of stuff, can they?

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Canada
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Since you've both left the country, I'd be inclined to think your landlord is SOL. How do you even know about this though? Did you provide a forwarding address?


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Filed: Timeline
Since you've both left the country, I'd be inclined to think your landlord is SOL. How do you even know about this though? Did you provide a forwarding address?

when he got into the US, he had to send the apartment a letter stating that he had left the building -- on the envelope was the new adress, and i suppose he must have put the phone number in, in case they had questions.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Canada
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oh... that sucks. change your phone number :D


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oh... that sucks. change your phone number :D

heh ... we're about to move to a totally different part of the country!! it'll take them a while to track us down. .... seriously.. we'll do it the right way if we can figure out what way that is!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Ukraine
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I've had this sort of thing happen to me. Some low-life knows that once you are out-of-state, or out of their area it is easy to sue you or whatever to get some extra money. They know it will cost you more than the supposed debt to travel back and fight it.

They're hoping that you'll just send the money. I'm not sure about the laws in Canada, but in the US, it's easy for anyone to claim you owe money and add that claim to your credit report. You either pay them or get denied credit wherever you apply for the next 7 years.


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Filed: Timeline
I've had this sort of thing happen to me. Some low-life knows that once you are out-of-state, or out of their area it is easy to sue you or whatever to get some extra money. They know it will cost you more than the supposed debt to travel back and fight it.

They're hoping that you'll just send the money. I'm not sure about the laws in Canada, but in the US, it's easy for anyone to claim you owe money and add that claim to your credit report. You either pay them or get denied credit wherever you apply for the next 7 years.

does credit cross the border??

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Canada
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I've had this sort of thing happen to me. Some low-life knows that once you are out-of-state, or out of their area it is easy to sue you or whatever to get some extra money. They know it will cost you more than the supposed debt to travel back and fight it.

They're hoping that you'll just send the money. I'm not sure about the laws in Canada, but in the US, it's easy for anyone to claim you owe money and add that claim to your credit report. You either pay them or get denied credit wherever you apply for the next 7 years.

It's not some low life, in Ontario it is the law that you give 60 days notice when vacating your apartment.

does credit cross the border??

Depending on their collection agency, they might be able to catch up with your husband.


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