OK SO FIRST LANDLORD LEFT NOTICE ON FRONT PORCH FLOOR,THAN CHECKS BOX SAYING HE SERVED IT TO ME IN PERSON.HE ALSO DIDNT WRITE MY NAME CORRECT,HE DIDNT MISSPELL IT,HE WROTE A COMPLETELY DIFFERENT FIRST NAME THAN MINE..THAN WRITES HIS EX WIVES NAME AS THE LANDLORD WHOS TAKING ACTION WHEN SHE HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH THE HOME,THEM ,NOTHING! DO I TAKE THIS NOTICE SERIOUS
It is hard to say whether the notice is invalid without looking at it. Some errors are insubstantial. Therefore, you should still take the notice seriously by at least showing it to an attorney.
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I agree with my colleague. Unless you believe this notice was intended for an adjacent unit, you should take it seriously. At the very least, you should contact the landlord and see who it was intended for. If the notice was intended for you, you should consider where you may want to move to. Be sure to consult your own attorney to protect your legal rights.
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