Legal Q&A: Are landlord/tenant emails admissible in court?
Question: Are e-mail communications between tenant and landlord admissible in court?
Answer: Yes, e-mails can be allowed into evidence, but cannot be used to serve notices.
Question: I want to serve a three-day notice to pay rent or quit to a tenant who is very late on his rent. The rental amount listed on the lease is $875 plus an additional $25 for parking. The tenant has paid the $900.00 for the past 24 months. Which amount should be placed on the notice?
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