Do terms of lease override State law?
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As one of my colleagues noted, generally state law cannot be trumped. Interestingly there is some case law out there holding that parties can hold themselves to higher standards by contract if the terms are mutually agreeable. As was previously noted, in this particular instance, it is not worth the headache to move before the 30 day period is up. The intervening 20 days would not result in any significant damages accruing to you, there would only complicate the matter. I would wait for the 30 days to expire and then move quickly.
It does not. It is 30 days so you can't make a demand, yet. Now, you technically have a breach, but the value of that is pretty much zero. Wait the full 30 days and see. I assume you provided them a forwarding address.
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