30 Day Move Out Notice

This is a document to be used when moving out of a leased dwelling that requires that you submit a 30-day move out notice.

Your name and current apartment address

Date

Landlord or apartment manager’s name and address as it appears in the lease

Re: Notice of intent to vacate

Dear Name of landlord or manager,

This letter constitutes my written Number of days notice that you need to give-day notice that I will be leaving my apartment on Move Out Date, the end of my current lease.

I am leaving because Reason.

For the reason above, may be a new job, rent increase, etc. If there are problems with the apartment, your landlord would probably like to know, but be diplomatic—you have your rental history to consider.

I expect that my security deposit of $Deposit, given to you on Deposit Date, will be refunded in full, since the apartment has been left in good condition.

I can be reached at New phone number and address after Your Moving Day.

Sincerely,

Your Name

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I gave my 30 days notice to break my lease and my landlord wants me to be out by the 30th day and hand in the keys so they can start showing it to find someone to take over the unit however they expect us to still be paying for those months while they are searching for a new tenant even though we aren't living there?

I gave my 30 days notice to break my lease and my landlord wants me to be out by the 30th day and hand in the keys so they can start showing it to find someone to take over the unit however they expect us to still be paying for those months while they are searching for a new tenant even though we aren't living there?

my job want me to move 8days till I pay rent what will happen if I just move and not give 30 day notice

My tenant notified me on Oct. 18 that she would move out "end of November". Then suddenly notified me Nov.11 that she was moving out in 4 days. She says I owe her the rest of November because her notice was sent 30 days prior to her move. I say she is liable for the entire month as she indicated "end of November" and I rented to a new tenant for first week of Dec. based on the end of November notice. What do you advise?

I've been a resident at my apartment for almost 12 years and always pay my rent one month in advance. Several weeks ago, I sent my landlord a 45 day written notice telling him that I would be moving. Now a medical emergency has arisen, and I can't leave next month because I will require surgery. I called my landlord and told him that I would be staying at least one month longer, perhaps more. He sounded very upset and told me that he already had someone who wanted to move into my apartment. Am I required to move?

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I gave a thrity day verbal notice and forgot to give a written one, my lease ask to give a written one, but again a hectic time to remember. This would have been easily solve if my neighbors whom are also my landlord would have requested for this letter a second time, but they never brought it up again after the initial verbal notice. They kept most of my deposit (decision they made in bad faith) now I have to go To sm claims, but not so sure if I should do this since I broke the lease by not giving a written notice. My question is, should I accept the fact that I lost money or go ahead and take them to sm claims?

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