i must not be asking this question correctly because everyone is answering everything but: when do the service

i am pretty familar the three ways a landlord can notify me of changes to terms of my month to month commercial lease. when landlord posts notice of rent increase on my office door 30 days before the increase takes place, but fails to not also send the same notice in the mail....is the increase in rent a binding/enforceable new term ? So ill repeat again, if my landlord posts a notice of rent increase on my door BUT DOES NOT MAIL A COPY OF THE SAME NOTICE TO ME i....s that notice still an enfforceable new term to my mo. to mo. contract ?
In Leasing Property - Asked by mike s. - Jul 14, 2016
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Robert H.
Broker/Agent
Metairie, LA

what does the lease say?

Jul 14, 2016
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Chris R.
Broker/Agent
Denton, TX

Read the lease. It should address the manner of notification required regarding changes to the terms of your lease. Without benefit of seeing the language in the lease - your question can not be fully answered. Generally on a lease that is month to month - changes can be put into effect by giving the same amount of notice as that for which you pay rent - ie: here - MTM - 30 days. Without seeing what your lease says - or - does NOT say - impossible to give any better of an answer.

Jul 17, 2016
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Tina E.
Broker/Agent
Plainfield, IL

I would say YES, It is enforceable. He has given you notice and you admit it here. He can say he mailed it but you just haven't received it. I have had tenants who try and say they didn't receive anything in mail as well. That is why I post on door as well and take a time stamped picture as proof of delivery.

Jul 18, 2016
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Russ G.
Broker/Agent
Fort Myers, FL

I would say Yes. Tina is correct. If this has been been the method of communication between you two, certainly.

Jul 21, 2016
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Anthony G S.
Broker/Agent
El Dorado Hills, CA

You need to look in the notices section of your lease agreement to see what you signed and agreed to. I am not an attorney. But I would say since you have acknowledge the physical notice that was posted on your door, that would be evidence that notice was delivered.

Aug 10, 2016
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