Originally Posted by lacy21
The thing is here, that I don't think you understand what evict means. Only a court can order an eviction. So, if you don't pay within the 3 days, then he goes to court for an eviction order. This requires a hearing. If you can pay up before the hearing the eviction process can be ended.
But I suspect you think that he can kick you out once the 3 days are up. That's not the way it works.
Also to clarify, just because your lease has ended doesn't mean parts of it aren't still in force. Except for the expiration and rental the lease terms remain in effect on a month to month basis.
And, yes he can give you 14 days notice that he is terminating your tenancy, but the law states that such notice must be given 14 days prior to the end of the rental period, but that the end of the rental period is when the tenancy ends. So you can't be required to vacate, except for breach of the lease (like unpaid rent), prior to the end of the rental period.