There's landlords information printed on the 5 Day Notice, but does the landlord have to put the signature on it, whether he serves it or not? Thanks!
The landlord or the landlords agent should suffice.
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The notice needs to be signed by the Landlord or by an Agent of the Landlord. The Affidavit of Service should be signed by the person who serves the notice.
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