If the LL takes care of the lawn, he needs no notice for that. He shuld give reasonable notice before interior visits. Your mailbox is off limits to him.
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James S. Tupitza
212 West Gay Street
West Chester, PA 19380
Tell him you would like to know when he intends to cut the lawn. If possible, try to have it at a time you can be home. Otherwise, make arrangements to pick up the mail on those days or even have it held at the post office for a day.
Clifford L Tuttle, Jr
Attorney at Law