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30 days plus by Bev (Florida) on September 20, 2017 @14:12

                              
Tenant is MTM after lease expired 3 years ago. She wants to move out on the 31st of October. I've asked her to put it in writing several times, but she's typically lazy or a procrastinator. Therefore, I've decided to give her Notice now. Since there are a few days left in September, how do I word the Notice since it's more than 30 days?
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Re: 30 days plus by Anonymous on September 20, 2017 @15:01 [ Reply ]
Just state what day her agreement ends and she has to be out.
Re: 30 days plus by Stephen (Washington (WA)) on September 20, 2017 @15:06 [ Reply ]
List a specific date that the tenancy ends. In your case, October 31, 2017. In your notice to the tenant do not address how many days notice this is.

Trying to read between the lines of your question it sounds to me as though you want to tell the tenant (or believe it is a requirement to tell the tenant) how many days notice are being given. I have never seen a state require that a certain number of days notice be given. Only that "at least" a certain number of days notice be given. Meaning you can give more notice but not less notice.
Re: 30 days plus by Bev (FL) on September 20, 2017 @16:05 [ Reply ]
Thank you all.
Re: 30 days plus by AnonymousFL on September 20, 2017 @19:39 [ Reply ]
Florida only requires 15 days notice prior to the end of the month to end a month-to-month lease. Just indicate what date the tenancy will end on the notice.

30 days is certainly better as it gives the tenant a more reasonable mount of time to find a new place. However, you may want to wait a day or two after rent day to send the notice just in case she might be one of those 'use the security deposit for the last month's rent' people.

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