Don't Act Too Quickly After Notice to Cure

Don't Act Too Quickly After Notice to Cure

You’ll want to act quickly when the owner sends you a notice to cure, so that your lease doesn’t get terminated. But the notice, which informs you of the alleged lease violation and gives you an opportunity to fix it, might not be accurate. And if the notice contains inaccuracies, like a miscalculation of how much back rent you actually owe, a court might rule that the notice is defective—that is, it lacks the information you need to get compliant with your lease.

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