The length of the termination notice depends on whether or not you have a lease with the tenants. If you do have a lease, its provisions for termination would apply. For example, a thirty (30) day notice to vacate would be appropriate only if the lease specifically provided for a thirty (30) day termination notice. If there is not a termination provision in the lease you must wait until the lease expires. If there is no lease, the landlord must give the tenantatwill a sixty (60) day termination notice.
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