Does that mean the 30 day notice to vacate is invalid? Can she still serve an eviction if she accepts the rent? If she changes her mind & asks me to move out again, should she serve another 30 days notice in advance in the state of Virginia & then proceed with the eviction process after serving 30 days notice? Is an email notice considered valid? Thanks in advance!
The email notice was served on May 6th. So, does that mean the tenant can stay until June 6th or June 30th? Is the notice served properly? Tenant is on a month to month basis. In the meantime, it's been not even a month. The land lord has already posted an ad on June 1st looking for a new tenant without informing the current tenant who is still living there. Payment is due for the month of June. Landlord is willing to accept the rent. Please advice!
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Posting the same question multiple times won't change the answer. See my response to your posting elsewhere.
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You probably will not get much input to your question(s) without allowing an attorney to review your lease and the notice(s) that you received. For example, I have no idea if your lease is month-to-month or if you are under a term. I also have no idea if the notice was done properly. It is possible that a landlord could accept rent after serving a notice and thereby make that notice invalid, but if the landlord reserves his/her rights, in writing, then the landlord can take the payment and still pursue eviction. You should consult with an attorney.
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