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Re: [tips_and_tricks] Need help re: Notice To Vacate

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  • BOB GREGORY
    The law in many states allows the landlord to claim for the balance of rent due under the rental agreement, which is a contract. Many such contracts mention
    Message 1 of 5 , Jul 4 11:37 AM
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      The law in many states allows the landlord to claim for the balance of rent due under the rental agreement, which is a contract.  Many such contracts mention the total rent due for the period of the contract.  However, the laws also usually provide that the landlord must use his best effort to re-rent the premises and that he is not due any rent payment from the earlier tenant for any time beyond the date of re-rental.

      Mike wrote:
      Group:
       
      If a renter's lease contract doesn't have a specific entry that speaks to how a notice to vacate is made, wouldn't the presence of a security deposit provision serve as the legal out for the renter? 

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