Ask a landlord-tenant lawyer and get answers ASAP
Let me answer your questions below each one in caps.
Do I send her a 30 day notice today and suck it up and given her until the end of June since I technically didn't do that yet?
OR does my Mid May email confirming she'd be out by 5/31 suffice? SEND 30 DAY NOTICE TODAY.
Is there required wording I have to put in that letter? YOUR TENANCY IS HEREBY TERMINATED AND THIS SHALL SERVE AS YOUR 30 DAY NOTICE. YOU MUST DEPART BY THE END OF THE MONTH. Can I just email a notice to her or does it have to be sent to a specific address? E-MAIL BUT ALSO PROVIDE BY CERTIFIED MAIL AND REGULAR MAIL TO LAST KNOWN ADDRESS.
Again, she isn't physically occupying the office space, hasn't for months, it's just her items that are in there. Also, Am I entitled to rent until she removes her items? NO, UNLESS SHE CONSENTS. what's the best way to handle this? GIVE 30 DAY NOTICE AND SEE IF CAN NEGOTIATE AN EARLIER DEPARTURE.
Kindly rate me positively.
because she still has possession and occupancy even if not there since property there unless consents to letting you rent it. Keep in mind she does need to pay rent for that time. If not paid, you may sue for that rent owing.
If she still does not vacate you need to go to court to file for eviction. You may wish to have a lawyer handle locally to expedite and get that order quickly.
Kindly rate me positively. tried to expedite your question.
correct. I would hand deliver it today if possible, otherwise send certified mail today as well to be received as soon as possible.
The offer on rent should be not be in the notice but can be discussed between you. Notice should simply direct person to leave. Kindly rate me positively.
please rate me when have a moment.