necessary repairs. Do I have to give 30-day notice to my landlord?
If you are a month to month tenant, you would normally give a thirty (30) day notice of your desire to end the tenancy, unless your rental agreement specifies a different amount of time.
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Yes, you should give the landlord a written 30 day notice before moving out.
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