How to Write a Notice Letter to the Landlord

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A notice letter can be a great way to inform a landlord of a potential situation. Write a notice letter to the landlord with help from a licensed attorney and licensed California real estate broker in this free video clip.

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Hello, my name is Nic McGrue and I'm a lawyer at Polymath Legal located in Los Angeles, California. If you rent an apartment or a home, there may come a time where you need to provide your landlord with notice for something. In this video I will show you how to write a notice letter to your landlord. Now the reasons why you may need to give notice to your landlord can vary. A common one is notice to vacate but some other reasons may include simply notice of needed repairs or notice of needed maintenance. In your letter be sure to include your name, your landlord's name and the address of the rental unit. You also want to make sure you have the date in the heading as well. The contents of the letter should state that you are writing this letter to serve as an official notice and it should then, as the name states, give your landlord notice. Let your landlord know what you are trying to alert them to. Depending on what you are giving notice for, there may be advanced notice requirements. So make sure you check your local laws and your lease to make sure that you comply with the notice that you must give. Once you have the letter written and explains the notice that you're giving, be sure to sign it and then deliver it to your landlord. Once again my name is Nic McGrue and that's how to write a notice letter to your landlord.


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