If a roommate moved out without notifying your landlord, what happens?

For month-to-month tenants, landlords can evict you and the remaining roommates under Joint and Several Liability, because your roommate moved out without notifying your landlord. If this does not happen, you will need to still pay full rent, even if you are down a co-tenant. In order to get lost rent from the missing roommate, the most common method is through small claims court.

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