What if I send a notice to quit and she pays the obligations by the five day period...does that start a new tenant period? What is I just want her gone do I send a "notice to vacate - and give her thirty days to do so (is that the amount of time you have to give someone in the state of Delaware)?
giving her notice to quit for default on security deposit.
wrote that verbal sub tenant agreement will end June 1st at end of rental period ( that is when she needs to vacate). Not having sub tenants for 2012 -2013 lease.
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If the tenant cures the breach within the stated time, they would have a legal right to stay and continue with the agreement. However, if there is no lease agreement, they would be considered a month to month tenant and you could serve them with 30 days written notice to vacate, at which point they would need to move. If they fail to do so, you would then have to go through the eviction process.
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