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Re: notice to cure

Posted by TenantNet on July 31, 1997 at 01:13:33:

In Reply to: notice to cure posted by e. on July 31, 1997 at 00:48:55:

: Just received this "notice to cure" from our landloard's attorney,
citing RSC 2524.3. It is a ten day notice. What is the best way to
deal with this situation? Any resourses for legal. Cheap legal support.
: thanks,

Read the documents in the Housing Court section; there are several
excellent handbooks which describe the entire process. A "Notice to Cure"
is a required prelude to a Holdover proceeding. See the Rent Stab Code
for section 2524.3 -- which says the owner can seek your eviction when
he claims you are doing something wrong. The Notice gives you ten days to
correct the situation. Some landlords will sue you even if you make
corrections (assuming you are actually doing something wrong). Sometimes
they invent things and sometimes it's just plain harassment. Holdovers
are tricky and it's often good advice to get good legal help. There are any
number of places you can trip up.

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