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Re: Notice to Cure

Posted by JL on April 27, 2001 at 09:43:32:

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

it seems like the LL has his paperwork screwed up, as well as his dates. a NTC is supposed to be his explanation of why he thinks you are breaking the lease or whatever, and the time allotment is for the tenant to rectify the situation. i assume the problem is that you are in an illegal subleasing situation, and so he wants you to go. fair enough, but he is ussing the NTC as an eviction notice. this not only reduces the amount of time youhave to make other plans but he is also trying to get you out earlier than the NTC states?! yeah, that's wrong, not to mention annoying. have you spoken to him and explained that you will be out by the 5th? try to be diplomatic but as long as you have the NTC you should be legally okay til the 5th.

: I am the subtenant in an appartment in which the tenant has recently received the Notice to Cure document. On the letter it says we have to be out in 10 days (May 5). We intend to comply and I am going to send out my reply via fedEx and registered mail tomorrow.

: The landlord has since stated to the primary tenant that if we are not out on the first of May he will change the lock on our door. Is there any way to protect myself from this happening?

: Is this a blatant violation of the law?

: If it does happen how will I get into my apartment?

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