If you recently sent out a 3 day notice to a tenant, double check to see how you COMPUTED THE EXPIRATION DATE ON THE NOTICE.  An error, such as wrongly calculating the date of expiration on your Notice can render both the Notice, and ultimately the eviction, to be defective and you will have wasted your valuable time.

Today, 10/14/13 is a legal holiday, Columbus Day, and can not be counted as one of the days in your count of the 3 day notice.

Remember the following rules when preparing a Three Day Notice ( that you will be hand delivering or posting on the property) .

Ø  The expiration date of the notice (being hand delivered or posted) must be at least 3 business days in the future;

Ø  The expiration date can not include Saturdays, Sundays or legal holidays;

Ø  You do not count the day of service of the notice ( i.e. you start counting from the day after the date of delivery);

Ø  Keep in mind  the other upcoming legal holidays for 2013:  11/11 – Veterans’ Day &  11/28, 11/29 – Thanksgiving; AND

Ø  When preparing a 3 day notice, always check to see what holidays are coming up, as this is a huge source of incorrect notices.  Only legal holidays observed by the court (courthouse closed) in the county where the property is located must be excluded from the 3-day notice count (Read more on this in our Memorial Day article)


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Posted by: marvinkatz on October 14, 2013