Notice to Vacate an Apartment?


To give a notice to vacate an apartment, first look at your lease agreement to determine how many days' notice you must give before vacating. Write a clear letter explaining why you wish to vacate the apartment, the date you will be moving out, and a forwarding address. Your landlord may also have a notice to vacate form you can fill out.
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1. Get your copy of your lease agreement. If you don't have a copy you can get one from your landlord or the staff at the leasing office. Look for the page of the lease where it says
A 30-day notice to vacate is either written by the tenant or the landlord to indicate intention of leave the premises by the end of the 30-day period. In addition, it may be written
This might depend on the laws of the state the apartment is in. But, usually, if the tenancy is month-to-month, either party can give notice at least one rental period in advance
The notice will detail the amount
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