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Thank you for your question. I look forward to assisting you.I'm sorry to hear what happened, it sounds like an oversight. What was actually posted to the door is a 3 day notice to "Pay or quit." That is the first step a landlord has to take before they can file a lawsuit for eviction. It says to a tenant that you must "Pay back rent owed within 3 days, or vacate." If after the 3 days pass, you still haven't paid, then they can file for an eviction.While I understand that the notice was posted where neighbors might see, unfortunately, that is legal. The notice can either be left with a tenant, or posted to the door.
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