Don't Invalidate Notice If Your Attorney Sends It

If a tenant violates your lease but it doesn’t fall under a “chronic violations clause,” you’re probably required to notify the tenant in writing that if it doesn’t cure—that is, correct—the violation by a set deadline, you can take action against it. If you’re like many owners, you may ask your attorney to send this violation notice on your behalf—because you think that will make the tenant more apt to comply, or you’re too busy to send it yourself.

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