Serve the 3 day Notice

On May 25, 2011, in Landlord-Tenant, by Robbie L. Vaughn, Esq.

Serve the 3 Day Notice

Serve a 3 day notice to cure or quit on a tenant who has failed to pay their rent.

First, you should look at your lease if one exists. The landlord may be required, by the lease, to serve the 3 notice in writing.

Otherwise, in New York, a 3 day notice to quit can be given to the tenant orally. If your lease requires that the notice be in writing, then the landlord may be required to have a friend or process server serve the 3 day notice. Some counties may allow the landlord to serve the 3 day notice via certified mail.

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