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solnatalia

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This is what the contract says that I found could be related to my question. I think it says "yes" and that I need to give them 30 days written notice. Is that correct?

 

"17. Severability, Lease Modifications and No Waiver: If any provision of this lease is contrary to law or is held invalid, the remaining provisions shall remain effective. If the law changes and affects rights under the lease, the lease shall be read to comply with or include such laws. Landlord may alter or revise lease by providing Tenant a 30 day notice. Failure to exercise, or any delay in exercising, any right or remedy provided under this agreement or by law shall not constitute a waiver of that or any other right or remedy, nor shall it preclude or restrict any further exercise of that or any other right or remedy. "

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dishrodger

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has to give you a 30 day written (emails count) to raise the rent
however if you have a lease it can not be raised within the lease period
solnatalia

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Ok thank you so much for your answer! 

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dishrodger

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what kind of problems are they   what have they done & when
BillHoo

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I think NJ also requires a "Notice to Quit Lease"

NOTICE TO QUIT AND DEMAND FOR POSSESSION AND NOTICE OF RENT INCREASE I, __John Doe, landlord of the premises located at, _111 Mockingbird Rd., Pittstown, NJ xxxxx in which __ Joan Smith (tenant) now resides requests that as of 01 August 2016, (date) you quit the unit and give up peaceable possession thereof. Should you desire to continue the occupancy of said unit, I request an increase in your monthly rental to $1550.00 BREAKDOWN: OLD RENT PER MONTH $_1500.00___ Increase $_$75.00___ NEW RENT $_$1575.00__ Your rent payment is now due on the __5th__ of each and every month, hereafter. Received: ______________________________________ on _________________ (tenant) (date) I certify that I personally delivered this notice to _Joan Smith on ___________________. (tenant) (date delivered) _________________________________ landlord or agent


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I generally have them sign the Notice to Quit on the day of the new lease.  It makes a nice, official transition that the old lease has ended and the new lease is in effect. Also, they get scared when they get a notice that reads -  quit the unit and give up peaceable possession thereof. 

I use this on properties in Virginia too.

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