98. A tenancy at sufferance may be terminated at any time, by either party, without notice, except: Exception-in some states a notice is required by statute.

A tenant at sufferance is entitled to no notice to quit,228 except where statutes give the right.229 The landlord can enter at any time, and thereafter treat him as a trespasser, though he cannot so treat him before entry or demand.230 There is a conflict in the authorities as to whether the landlord may expel the tenant by force. This is because such an expulsion may be criminal.231 The better opinion seems to be that the tenant may be expelled, notwithstanding the fact that the landlord may become criminally liable therefor.232 But there will be no civil action for personal injuries suffered unless more force than necessary was used.233