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Thirty-Day Notice

Definition - What does Thirty-Day Notice mean?

A thirty-day notice refers to a common time period that is used frequently in landlord-tenant disputes. Generally, if the landlord wants to tenant to do something or wants to put the tenant on notice of something, then the landlord must give the tenant thirty-days’ notice. Similarly, the tenant must provide the landlord with the same courtesy.

Thirty-day notices can also be used in the business world. Sometimes they are even listed in contracts in an effort to provide a way for people to end the contract.

Justipedia explains Thirty-Day Notice

There are many different scenarios where the landlord or the tenant must provide thirty-days’ notice. For example, if a landlord wants to ask a tenant to vacate the premises for any reason, the landlord must provide the tenant with thirty-days’ notice. Similarly, if the landlord wants to raise the rent on the tenant, the landlord must provide the tenant with thirty-days’ notice. On the other hand, if the tenant wants to vacate the premises, then the tenant must provide the landlord with at least thirty-days’ notice.

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