landlords insurance

by stacy c
(saint john, nb, canada)

I live in Saint John, NB and recently a pipe burst in my bathroom and the floor, vanity, and one wall had to be removed, now my landlord is telling me his insurance company wants the tenants to be evicted and he is giving us a months notice, is this legal? and since the insurance company is paying for the repairs is it not their responsibility to insure the tenants are properly taken care of during the repairs (which are only expected to take 2 weeks)?


Insurance co Asking For Eviction


Hi Stacy,

This sounds more like the landlord looking for a reason to evict you (just an opinion of course). I have not seen a time where an insurer instructs the landlord to evict the tenants.

Hopefully this worked out for you... sorry for the delay.

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