When a lease requires the giving of a written notice, the notice is effective upon its receipt. Thus, in this case, the thirty day notice starts to run from the 10th of the month. A private landlord is not required to give a reason for refusing to renew a lease unless the lease so requires. A private landlord merely has to give the tenant notice of nonrenewal as required under the lease. If there is no written lease, the landlord has to give the tenant sixty (60) days notice to terminate the tenancy.
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