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DO I HAVE TO GIVE THE 60 DAY NOTICE IF I AM BEING TRANSFERED TO A NEW LOCATION FOR MY WORK?

I GOT TRANSFERED TO A NEW LOCATION AT THE END OF MY LEASE. THE COMPANY WANTS ME TO PAY A MONTH TO MONTH AND STILL GIVE A 60 DAY NOTICE. DO I HAVE ANY OTHER OPTIONS?
  • July 01 2010 - North Salt Lake
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The best answer one can give is look at the lease agreement. if there asking for 60 days i would give 60 days unless the lease agreement says different.
  • September 09 2010
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I would take the lease and have an attorney go over it with you, he can discuss your options.
  • September 09 2010
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Usually 30 days is sufficient.  It depends how the lease is written.
  • July 01 2010
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I'm not totally clear on your situation, but if you are currently in a month-to-month lease arrangement with your landlord you may need to only give 15-30 days notice to get out of the lease.  Check your lease agreement to see if it specifies anything specific.  If you are in a longer lease, and you're trying to break your lease that is a whole different ballpark.
  • July 01 2010
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What options are you looking for?  

  • July 01 2010
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