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You Can't Serve The Notice To Quit By Yourself

Posted by Mark Smith on April 29, 1999 at 23:16:57:

In Reply to: Re: Roommate Eviction posted by klewis on April 29, 1999 at 14:08:41:

I referred you to RPAPL §713(7) and RPAPL §735 about giving a 10-day notice to quit and how to serve it. I also gave you a link to Article 7 of the RPAPL from Anna gave you a more up-to-date link from the New York State Assembly's website. Here is an even more direct current link, also clickable below, to RPAPL Article 7, from the Assembly website:

You yourself can't serve the 30-day notice or a 10-day notice -- by hand and by certified mail. Someone other than you, the petitioner, must serve the notice. You will have to get a friend, neighbor, or process server to serve the notice to quit.

: Thank you to everyone who's responded. You've been very helpful. I am going to accept the May rent (she pays cash) and on the next day hand her & send by certified mail the following letter. Am I covering all the bases:
: Dear: Please be advised that I am revoking your month to month licensing agreement. This letter will serve as your official notification that you have 30 days from (DATE)to vacate the premises on ____. You will receive a check for your security deposit plus interest when leave the 4th floor room in the same condition as when you moved in, i.e. no holes, marks, scratches or gouges to the white walls or floors. You will be responsible for any damages caused by you or anyone else entering the apartment on your behalf. I will withold $75 towards your outstanding Con Ed and Cable TV. I will mail you a check for any balance due from the $75.00 If you fail to comply with this notification I will commence a licensee proceeding in court and seek reimbursement for all legal fees.

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