This notice is given without stated cause and is allowable based on the following:
The Dwelling Unit is contained within a property on the same tax lot as that occupied as a primary residence by the Property Owner and the property contains no more than two Dwelling Units. Landlords who own two units occupying the same tax lot where the Landlord occupies one unit as their primary residence, may provide a minimum of 60-Days’ Written Notice of Termination for No-cause for that specific Rental Property, even after the first year of occupancy.
Owner/Agent may also terminate a tenancy that meets this exception with 30-Days’ Written Notice, if the Landlord has accepted an offer to purchase from a buyer who intends in good faith to occupy the Tenant’s Rental Unit as their primary residence. The Landlord must provide the notice and written evidence of the Offer to Purchase the unit to the Tenant not more than 120 days after accepting the Offer to Purchase.
If your Termination Date is not at the end of your Rental Period, and you have not paid a Last Month’s Rent Deposit, you will owe Rent for a partial month.
The ending date must be at least 30, 60 or 90 days from the date of service (not including date of service unless personally delivered).
If notice is served by mail ONLY, the Ending Date must include an additional four (4) days to allow for the delivery of notice, including Date of Mailing.
This notice, if mailed, shall be mailed First Class Mail ONLY (not certified, registered, etc.).
Owner/Agent does not waive the right to terminate by simultaneously or subsequently served notices.
Regardless of length of tenancy, proscribed notice periods may be longer in certain local jurisdictions or in subsidized housing.
If you are a veteran of the armed forces, assistance may be available from a county veterans' service officer or community action agency. Call the 2-1-1 information service to learn about resources in your area.
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