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Re: Length of time between violation and notice?
on July 4, 2012 @19:58
I believe that as soon as you become aware of the violation, or as soon as it is brought to your attention, that you may post a notice.
Before doing that, however, you may want to be sure your witnesses make a written statement with their signature on said statement. I'm a bit anal, and I'd have this done in front of a notary.
If push comes to shove, a lot of time, "witnesses" will refuse to step up to the plate.
You might want to do an inspection as well to check on things, and to bring fresh new batteries for the smoke detectors and CO detectors while inspecting and look for signs of smoke, smells of smoke, etc.
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