Getting a “looks to be real” 3-day notice posted on your rental door is a serious matter, as serious as it gets when you are a renter.
Taped to your front door, a 3-day notice shows you have 3 days to pay or move out. Why 3 days, you paid the rent on time? This notice is legal binding and for real and you have to prove you paid. One way or other, If you haven’t paid, ya gotta pay up.
If “by accident” the 3-day notice-ends up in the plants and dirt next to your apartment, you find it late. Scary, as I know someone it happened to. Ya got to deliver somehow to the landlord, no matter what, if you want to stay in your unit. Immediately, call an attorney, nonprofit and/or housing help that can work with you to face this horrific event.
Without tenant records, you could be riding a sinking ship, seriously. Everyone is different and unique, with hundreds of reasons why. Always try to work out with the manger to get it straighten out, don’t give up. This is the time to contact a legal council which can be days to do and finding records could be days to do. Time off work to do could cost you your job. These are real life scenarios many face today in just a huge bundle of stress. We know as we faced it. In our results, showing well documented files of the journal can save you an eviction. You could not know what you are up against and beside your rental agreement the journal can be your only ally in this what seems a futile battle
If you are served a 3-day notice, immediately check your federal, state, county and city rules that apply to you. The paper work, the way form/s are served must be followed according to your area for it all to go forward to be correct. If the 3-day notice is not correctly done, the notice will not be valid. We strongly suggest hiring an attorney. The way it’s served, the way it's filed out, signed and all must be correct or it won’t be processed. We again suggest don’t go it alone with this issue and get legal help.