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Notice Requirements (by Ken [NY]) Jun 6, 2023 9:02 PM
       Notice Requirements (by Small potatoes [NY]) Jun 6, 2023 11:52 PM
       Notice Requirements (by S i d [MO]) Jun 7, 2023 8:40 AM


Notice Requirements (by Ken [NY]) Posted on: Jun 6, 2023 9:02 PM
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In NY state now there are notice requirements of 30-60-90 days for notice to vacate and rent increases.30 days if they have been there less than 1 year,60 days if 1-2 years and 90 days if 2-3 years.Is there any reason i cant put it in my rental agreement that a tenant has to give the same notice timeframes in order to move.What is good for the goose is good for the gander.I also realize any tenant there for 2 or more years will probably not meet these requirements when they leave --74.77.xx.xx




Notice Requirements (by Small potatoes [NY]) Posted on: Jun 6, 2023 11:52 PM
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Ken I require 60 days notice in my lease. MTM terms in NY are only 30 days for tenants if I remember correctly. Another reason I like to do lease renewals, although the option of making some existing tenants MTM is a good one. --172.59.xxx.xxx




Notice Requirements (by S i d [MO]) Posted on: Jun 7, 2023 8:40 AM
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It depends on how your statute is written. In Missouri, a tenancy from year to year (i.e. a year lease) can be terminated "by either party" by giving no less than 60 days notice.

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2005 Missouri Revised Statutes - 441.050. Tenancy from year to year, how terminated. Either party may terminate a tenancy from year to year by giving notice, in writing, of his intention to terminate the same, not less than sixty days next before the end of the year.

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You want to find this language in your statutes and see to whom the notice timeframes pertain: LL, T, or both. My GUESS is it's both... so putting that in your lease specifically would just be reiterating for clarity sake. There are many T's (and some LL's) who think "30 days notice" is the catch-all for everything, including giving notice in the middle of the month. Be sure you know the law 100x better than the T does.

--184.4.xx.xxx





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