Effective service of notices: what do the provisions mean? Signed, sealed, delivered — it’s yours
The service of a notice is often a key step in property matters, whether it is served for the purpose of terminating, extending or otherwise altering property rights. Given the possible legal, commercial and financial consequences of an invalid notice, it is crucial to ensure that notices are served effectively.
This article is designed to assist both landlords and tenants in understanding the interaction between contractual and statutory notice requirements and highlighting the potential pitfalls to avoid…
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