Re: What consitutes
by MrDan on Friday, March 30, 2012 @13:13
Then why does a landlord give the tenant their Email address if not for notification by tenant? Did you respond to the air conditioning request, then you have proper notice from tenant of their vacating/move out. The 'standard' response would be to clarify the tenants intentions of when and why they are moving. A landlord is limited by Electronic forms of notifications by law. As the precise way a notification must be handled is defined in the States Statues. If you are notifying the tenant of pest control coming by to spray rental, then an email might be the right response. But if you are evicting or notifying the tenant of a late payment, then email is not proper as written notice is required. As to the tenant, the law says a notice may be written, printed or both. The bottom line is that you have 'notice' of their moving, get ready for your next tenant.