Law Offices of Timothy G. Kearney, LLC | Timothy G. Kearney
Under Connecticut law, in a residential matter, the landlord must obtain a judgment in order to evict a tenant. This would only be possible after the service of a Notice to Quit and the commencement of a Summary Process action in the court.
Answer Applies to: Connecticut
Frances R. Johnson | Frances R. Johnson
Not unless you were gone from the apartment for an extended period of time or otherwise did something to give the landlord a reasonable belief that you were not returning to live in the apartment. See C.R.S. section 38-12-510.
Answer Applies to: Colorado