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I'd like to talk to you about the enforce ability of notification of lease termination specifically having to do with the situation's or attended fails to comply with the lease for not for something other than non-payment of rent I think there are probably a good many copy managers out there and maybe some landlords as well who may be making the same mistake that I've made for many years and it has to do with providing a notification of default wherein you tell the tenant that they have a certain number of days in which to cure the default and if they don't care that default that you will terminate the lease that find them in breach of contract and I think it's a good idea that centas notification out telling them that they're in default and that if they don't fix it they'll be found breach but there was a court case here heard here at Georgia in 1981 by the Georgia Court of Appeals it was called Kramer swim dixie pool corporation versus Kramer and in that judgment the this kind of notice that we've been using was was looked at and the judge said that because the language of the notification said that the lease will terminate on a particular date and time that isn't speaking about something that is to happen in the future if not referred to something has happened in the past and notification for brief has to be something that has happened in the past so all it requires is that a second notice be sent out and then there's known as simply saying that you failed to satisfy the default therefore you are now found a breach and the lease has terminated effective blah blah whatever that date might be now you provide an adequate notification of brief if you can proceed with dis possessory in accordance with whatever the those are in your particular state well hope this information has been useful to you a written a written blog about this if you want to know a little bit more about it you can check that out on the website at wwlp.com I appreciate you listening to look towards be communicative sometimes

FAQ

Can a tenant terminate a month to month lease through text message instead of writing a letter?
Never in a text for legal purpose. If ever it had to go to court or a hearing at the Landlord Tenant Board it wouldn't hold up. It's just the same for a LL, they can't evict by text, they have to give an eviction in writing usually known as an N12 form.Really, now you're being lazy. What big letter, you just write saying the date you're going to leave. Make sure you check what the law is for how many days notice you must give the LL.
On an administrative process of a landlord, do you have to put multiple (harassment feelings) letters of termination of month to month lease on your door?
Yes.Generally, they are folded closed and taped to the door.The laws in most states are pretty clear that notification must be by certified mail, and must also include notice on the primary entrance to the door, or notice in person.If you want the process to change, you need to talk to your legislator, and get them to change the laws which landlords must obey in order to give legal notice.Note that most of these laws have come into effect because of arguments in favor of tenants rights with regard to being notified that something is wrong, in other words, tenants groups have gone to legislators, and insisted that these laws be in place.As a member of the set of all tenants, you are partially responsible for these laws.So contact your legislator.
Does a 20-day/30-day termination of a month-to-month lease count as an eviction?
No. If I understand the question correctly, your landlord simply ended a month to month tenancy with the proper notice. This is par for the course. It could have been for any number of reasons (no cause as you mention). And it is not the same as an eviction, though you may have felt you were removed, it was by a simple option of the landlord to not continue and not a court action for eviction. You can safely say you were not evicted.
If I’m paying rent should my parents be able to tell me when I can and can’t work?
Your parents will never be out of your life. Well unless you pack up change your name and never make contact again. So if you think they have the "right" to tell you what to do is meaningless. As parents they have opinions on what is best for you and they will voice them whenever they feel necessary. Some parents are quieter than others, but even when they are old and living at your house they will comment on how often you work, how much time you spend with them, your relationships with other people etc etc. From the moment you entered this world (probably even earlier) you became priority #1 like it or not. Get the idea into your head. If you don't want to hear them quite so often move out and pay rent to someone else.
How can I achieve a month to month lease in NYC?
I'm not going to claim a definitive legal answer here but a few points from general experienceIf you don't have a contract detailing the services you expect from someone (such as a landlord) you have no right to expect any services (such as a roof over your head).While landlords have a bad reputation, I have never had an issue asking for a    month to month lease from a landlord, provided we work into the contract a reasonable amount of notice before you end the contract (the two I've done have been 30 days and 60 days).  Even if you do back out of a lease (or any contract) without fulfilling your part of the deal, the other party (the landlord in this case) has a legal obligation to mitigate damages before taking legal action.  This would mean that the landlord would have to make a good faith effort to find a new tenant to take on the lease at the same rate before suing you for the money for the unfulfilled part of your lease.  I would not recommend doing anything to  upset your landlord if you don't have to.  You may need him/her as a reference for a future rental.
How can you move out of your apartment when you are paying month to month and not on a lease?
Thanks for the A2A. Where I live, when a written, signed lease expires, you end up being a month-to-month tenant. Also, you would need to check the landlord/tenant laws which will tell you exactly how much notice you need to give to your landlord prior to moving. Good luck!
How much notice am I required to give my landlord that I am moving out of the room I am renting on month to month lease?
It it’s month-to-month, at least 30 days, same as he must give you.You can tell him on Oct. 1st that you plan to be out by Oct. 31st, for instance.Many leases have an auto-renew clause. Most month-to-month leases especially do.If yours has one, it will automatically renew until you or your landlord gives at least 30 days notice, or one of you dies.