Hi again, my landlord threatened to come after me to Switzerland, make me pay 10 000 cnd and so on. But in the end the clause holds up I guess. I assume she has rented the house for August already, but now wants me to pay an extra month of rent, because the written notice didn't arrive on time. What is the legal situation here? I had it ready at the house, where we had scheduled a meetin the 30th of June. She txted me, moving the meeting to Sunday, July 1. I had put the notice into the mail and stamped the 30th already. Then thought July 1. would be good enough to give it to her. She txted again late in the afternoon, moving the meeting to tuesday, July 3rd. I then emailed her back telling her I had put the written notice in the mail June 30th, so she knew on the first. She now tells me even though the envelop was stamed to 30th, she didn't get it until the 4th and therefore I owe another month rent. Is that true?
Province/Territory relating to question: British Columbia
I don't think it's true because you were going to hand deliver the letter to her and she avoided you so you could not give it to her.As well if she found another tenant then she mitigated her damages and did not have any in the end so has nothing to sue for.I believe she is bluffing.