One of the most unfortunate parts of being a landlord is evicting a tenant.
If you do not, you will be responsible for another month's rent after you are gone. As soon as you make firm plans to move, give your landlord a written, day notice of your intention to move. It does not matter what date your rent is due. Give the notice immediately to start the day period running.
Even if the day period extends into the next month, you will only be responsible for rent for the days covered by the notice.
Prepare the day notice in letter form. It should take no more than half of a standard letter-size page. Address the day notice to the landlord at the address specified in your rental agreement for giving notice.
Although you may not recall reading this provision when you signed the agreement, nearly all rental agreements will have such a provision. If you do not have a written rental agreement, use the address where you have been paying your rent.
Date the notice with the date you intend to give it to your landlord and calculate days from that date as your move-out date. If you intend to mail the notice, add 5 days to your calculations because mail is presumed received on the fifth day after mailing.
State in the body of your notice that this is your day notice of your intention to vacate the premises and specify the date you calculated as your move-out date. This should be done by all persons who have signed the rental agreement and those who have been paying rent to the landlord, even if they did not sign the rental agreement.
Make a copy for your records. Hand-deliver the notice to your landlord or send it by certified mail, return receipt requested. Keep your landlord informed of your progress in moving out. This is especially true if you encounter problems that will delay your move out.
Most landlords will work with you regarding an extension of your move-out date, so long as you are making progress in moving out.Dear (Landlord Name), Subject: Notice of Intent to Vacate. Please be advised that in effective (date), I will be moving out from the rental property located at (address of property)..
This letter constitutes my (number of days notice you must provide) days notice as required by our Rental Agreement. Letter Term Definition; letter-# § cooperation provision: A statement in purchase agreements putting the seller and buyer on notice they are able to avoid profit reporting on the transaction and provides cooperation when a § exemption is intended on the sale or purchase of a property.
Copied! This letter is to notify you of my intent to resign from my position as Assistant Personnel Supervisor. Please make my resignation effective as soon as a replacement is hired, but no later than the end of next month.
Here are two letter of intent to resign examples to use to let your employer know you are leaving your job. When you make the decision to resign from your current position, you will need to submit this resignation formally, in writing. Anyone can write a Notice of Intent to Sue; it doesn't need to come from an attorney.
Business owners can write their own demand letters.
Some organizations do have an attorney draft the letter as a strong-arm tactic in an attempt to force the recipient to settle before an expensive lawsuit ensues.
Peter J. Liska specializes in representing depository institutions and business clients. He represents over two dozen credit unions from the smallest to the largest in the State of New Jersey and was counsel to Garden State Corporate Central Credit Union, New Jersey's only corporate central credit union, until its merger with Empire Corporate.