Is there a minimum notice period for eviction from work provided accommodations?

My husband and I were living in accommodations provided by his job (he was a pub manager). His employment was terminated and we were given 24 hours to leave the property. Is this legal? Did the employer have to give us written notice to leave the property? If he didn’t, am I entitled to sue for loss of earnings and hotel costs? I had to take time off to look for a new place to live and spend a month’s salary on a hotel due to not being given adequate time to find somewhere else to stay. Am I entitled to sue for these costs?

Asked on March 6, 2012 under Real Estate Law, Nevada

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