Posted by Ace on April 02, 2001 at 11:41:10:
In Reply to: ending month to month sublease posted by Erman on March 30, 2001 at 20:52:26:
Writing is always best, for two reasons, 1) no misunderstandings or miscommunications and 2) legal reasons. You can send the 30-day notice via certified (return receipt requested) or better yet, Federal Express, which you can easily track and find out who signed for it and keep a copy of the airbill for your files along with the copy of your letter.
: when i moved into my apartment 3 years ago, i had a one year sub-lease. the apartment is not rent controlled or rent stabalized, and i sub-lease directly from the true lease holder. after the one year, things were going very well and there was no need for a further lease. it is now time for me to move out. i have been on a month to month lease and would like to know how much time in advance i should give notice that i am moving out.
: it is my understanding, that i should give 30 days notice, definitely before the 1st of the month, as this is the rental period. how do i give the official notice? in writing, certified mail, etc.? is fax acceptable?
: i would just like to understand what nyc law states is the appropriate action and timefame.
: thank you.
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