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Notice to vacate may not be valid

Posted by Hawk on June 07, 1999 at 16:01:01:

In Reply to: Re: Retract notice to vacate posted by richard on June 05, 1999 at 18:04:51:

The notice to vacate may not be legally binding because it was not signed by the tenant. Unless the notice to vacate also had with it an authorization signed by the tenant authorizating the fiancee to sign the notice to vacate, a very strong argument can be made that the notice to vacate is not valid. the lease probably ssays all notices must be signed by the tenant and sent by certified mail. Sorry if this sounds hyper-technical, but its a good defense. So, stay until its time to go and then have the tenant send a "proper" notice. Good luck!

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