I have a 60 day notice to vacate so if I give them a 30 day notice to move then do I still have to pay rent?
Yes. You are liable for the rent until the end of your 30-day notice.
The information provided by me on this website is not legal advice and does not create an attorney-client relationship. You should consult a lawyer experienced in the area of law that applies to your situation for legal advice.
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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