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Does Any Kind of Notice Have to Be Served on the Tenant Before I Can File a Case?

Does Any Kind of Notice Have to Be Served on the Tenant Before I Can File a Case?

The fast answer is that it is almost always better to have served a written demand.

If there is a lease and you wish to get your rent in a Non Payment case a 3 or 5 day notice (again we need to see your Lease to show you where it states how and what kind of notice must be served) should be prepared by your attorney, signed by you and then served by a licensed process server.

If you want to commence a Holdover case because you really want the Tenant OUT, then a 30 day notice must be prepared and served on the tenant.

There are limited exceptions, speak to us and we will be happy to see if the exceptions apply to your case.

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