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Re: Notice to Cure

Posted by Lilly on April 26, 2001 at 21:40:37:

In Reply to: Notice to Cure posted by gpau on April 26, 2001 at 19:17:40:

a 10 day notice to cure means just that, you have 10 days to cure, and if the violation is not cured, LL will start court proceedings. He cannot legally lock you out. That is a major no-no. Keep whatever documentation which shows you have lived there more than 30 days on your person. If the locks are changed, go to the nearest police station and tell them you have been locked-that the landlord changed the locks-ask for a desk sergant and ask that they accompany you back to the apartment.

Here is the link to the Police Policy regarding that:
print it and keep it with you.

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