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Good evening. Can you clarify for me why if the landlord gave you a 60 day notice to vacate, they then gave you a 3 day notice to pay rent?
Thank you. It seems odd. I say this because a 60 day notice to vacate would require that you leave at the end of the 30 days. However, if the landlord is now giving you a 3 day notice to pay rent and you do and it is accepted, then the 60 day notice would be moot and you could stay and they would need to give you another notice to vacate.
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Once the 60 day expired, you can vacate, You do not have to stay.
They could then evict you. You would have no legal right to stay at that point.
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