Posted by Cary Kletter on February 16, 1997 at 13:34:45:
In Reply to: Noise dispute posted by David on February 12, 1997 at 13:38:43:
The Notice to Cure is a predicate notice, a document a landlord must serve on a tenant before the tenant may be sued under certain eviction theories. After the service of the predicate notice, a landlord must serve a Notice of Petition and Petition upon the tenant of record and any other occupants with an independant possessory interest in the subject premises. The use of the psudonyms "John Doe" and "Jane Doe" is frequently employed, but of questionable legality. I encourage you to consult with a lawyer who specializes in landlord/tenant work, specifically representing tenants. I also would encourage you to send a certified letter to your landlord informing the landlord that you have "cured" the alleged lease violation or violation of law (as the case may be).
This does not constitute legal advice or create a lawyer client relationship. You should never ignore legal papers and you should always consult an attorney.
Note: Posting is disabled in all archives
Post a Followup