I gave my tenant a 60 day notice . It is the wrong notice . Can I give him a d one that is correct stating the d one supersedes the other ?
Yes, you definitely should serve a corrected notice and have it state clearly that it supersedes the previous one. (Your post doesn't indicate why you conclude the notice you served was the wrong notice.)
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Yes; otherwise, whatever is wrong about the initial notice can be used in UD court as a defense.
Yes. You can replace the defective notice with a new corrected notice. Of course, the clock starts with proper delivery of the new notice.