How do I serve 30 day notice to quit?

On May 11, 2011, in Landlord-Tenant, by Robbie L. Vaughn, Esq.

How do I serve 30 day notice to quit?

A 30 day notice is a predicate notice that must be served before beginning a holdover eviction action.

In NYC:

The 30-day notice is generally served by a process server.

Outside of NYC:

The 30-day notice is generally served by certified mail.

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