If I give a 30 day notice to move out do I still have to pay rent for that month?
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You are liable to pay rent for every day you stay at someone else's property. And providing a 30-day notice may not be legal if you've received a 60-day notice (depending on a variety of factors) so be careful as you may be liable for the last month you are not at the property under a contract theory (your lease) not a landlord/tenant issue.
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Yes. You are liable for the rent until the end of your 30-day notice.
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