Once you’ve prepared the eviction notice, you need to make sure you serve the notice properly. There are a few options: first, you can do it yourself or have a friend to do it. These are the least expensive options. Second, you can hire a process server. This service will cost you money. The only hard and fast requirement is the person who serves the notice must be at least 18 years old.
If you’re serving a three-day notice, there are 3 ways to serve the document:
If you’re serving a 30, 60 or 90 day notice, you can utilize any of the methods described above, or in the alternative, you can send the notice via certified or registered mail, with a return receipt requested. Keep in mind, using this method can delay the eviction process if the tenant refuses or fails to sign for the notice in the mail.
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