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Re: Month-to-month tenant required to give 30 days notice?

Posted by Mark Smith on October 14, 1999 at 19:25:28:

In Reply to: Re: Month-to-month tenant required to give 30 days notice? posted by Shara on October 14, 1999 at 18:27:41:

TenantNet's Housing Court Decisions for February 1999 summarizes the case of Torrence v. Barry, New York Law Journal, February 24, 1999, page 29, col. 2, at:

http://tenant.net/Court/Hcourt/archive/1999/feb99.html

or click on the link at the end of this message


: :
: : Your landlord could insist that you pay rent through November 30th, if you give proper written notice by the end of October. However, the Appellate Term, First Department (covering Manhattan and the Bronx) has recently held that only the landlord -- and not the tenant -- has to give 30-days' notice.

: Could you please provide me with the specifics (particularly the name and date) of the case, in the event that I need to reference it in dealing with my landlord?

: Thanks so much!


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