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(3) (i) The provisions of this subsection shall apply to all cases of tenancies at the expiration of a stated term, tenancies from year to year, tenancies of the month and by the week. In case of tenancies from year to year (including tobacco farm tenancies), notice in writing shall be given three months before the expiration of the current year of the tenancy, except that in case of all other farm tenancies, the notice shall be given six months before the expiration of the current year of the tenancy; and in monthly or weekly tenancies, a notice in writing of one month or one week, as the case may be, shall be so given.
(ii) This paragraph (3), so far as it relates to notices, does not apply in Baltimore City.
(iii) In Montgomery County, except in the case of single family dwellings, the notice by the landlord shall be two months in the case of residential tenancies with a term of at least month to month but less than from year to year.
If the Notice of Termination by Landlord was sent to their post office box and received May 16, 2013, does the 60 30 or 60 day start on that date.
No, it starts the day after it was put in the mail.
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