I Have Received Notice That My Landlord Is Not Going To Renew My Lease. According To The Terms Of The Lease, The Landlord Must Provide Written Notice.

When a lease requires the giving of a written notice, the notice is effective upon its receipt. Thus, in this case, the thirty day notice starts to run from the 10th of the month. A private landlord is not required to give a reason for refusing to renew a lease unless the lease so requires. A private landlord merely has to give the tenant notice of non­renewal as required under the lease. If there is no written lease, the landlord has to give the tenant sixty (60) days notice to terminate the tenancy.

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