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From: Eddy Morris


I want to give my current NSW tenant notice to vacate - 60 days I believe is required. If I give that notice from say Monday next, and on receipt the tenant decides..that's no good, ill give 2 weeks notice..which notice is valid: mine because it was served first or the tenant's because it is of a lesser period? The lease has been going since 97 and is expired. The reason for me giving him notice: I either want to sell or put a new tenant in.

Thanks Forum, as always much appreciated!

Eddy
 
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From: Simon and Julie M


Hi Eddy
I think you will find that the tenant's notice, if given in accordance with the Residential Tenancies Act, will determine the end of the lease. The terms will be in your lease agreement.
Good luck
Julie
 
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From: Joanna K


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When giving your tenant notice, don't forget to allow an extra 4 working =days for postage, otherwise your notice will be invalid.

If the tenant decides to give 3 weeks notice in writing, and he delivers =vacant possession at the end of the 3 weeks, then that is acceptable.

Don't forget, a tenancy is not terminated just because one party serves =notice on the other; a tenancy is terminated when vacant possession is =delivered.

Kind regards

Joanna Karavasilis
Principal
THE RENTAL SPECIALISTS

PH: 02 9599 3363
FAX: 02 9599 3447
EMAIL: rentals@rentalspecialists.com.au
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When giving your tenant notice, don't =forget to
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If the tenant decides to give 3 weeks =notice in
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is acceptable.

Don't forget, a tenancy is not =terminated just
because one party serves notice on the other; a tenancy is terminated =when
vacant possession is delivered.

Kind regards

Joanna Karavasilis
Principal
THE RENTAL SPECIALISTS

PH: 02 9599 3363
FAX: 02 9599 3447
EMAIL: rentals@rentalspecialist=s.com.au
WEB: www.rentalspecialists.com.au=


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From: Brett Burt


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Tenant can disregard it, if there are hardship issues etc and go the =tribunal and get extensions

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Tenant can disregard it, if there are hardship =issues etc and
go the tribunal and get extensions

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