Letter - NOTICE TO QUIT
In Australia, notices and other communications sent to tenants by the Landlord or Landlord's Agent must adhere to prescribed formats - go to Tenancy Agreements for more information.
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To _________________________, Tenant in possession:
Take notice that your month to month tenancy of the herein described premises is hereby terminated at the expiration of 30 days after service of this notice on you, and that you are hereby required to quit and on said date deliver up to me the possession of the premises now held and occupied by you under such tenancy.
Said premises are known as:
__________[name of building]__________
__________[ address ]__________
This is intended as a 30 days' notice to quit, for the purpose of terminating your tenancy aforesaid.
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