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RIGL § 34-18-37. Termination of periodic tenancy.
(a) The landlord or the tenant may terminate a week-to-week tenancy by a written notice, in a form substantially similar to that provided in § 34-18-56(c), delivered to the other at least ten (10) days before the termination date specified in the notice.

(b) The landlord or the tenant may terminate a month-to-month tenancy or any periodic tenancy for more than a month or less than a year by a written notice, in a form substantially similar to that provided in § 34-18-56(c), delivered to the other at least thirty (30) days before the date specified in the notice.

(c) The landlord or tenant may terminate a year-to-year tenancy by written notice, in a form substantially similar to that provided in § 34-18-56(c), delivered to the other at least three (3) months prior to the expiration of the occupation year.
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7 weeks ago by Chirael
Resources For Apartment Landlords - Chicago | Domu
Free Chicago landlord advice, legal tips, landlord rights and all free Chicago apartment lease forms for the CRLTO or RLTO.
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Son Of Billionaire LA Clippers Owner Donald Sterling Found Dead
Donald Sterling, age 77, ranks number 250 on the 2012 Forbes 400 list, with a net worth estimated at $1.9 billion. The bulk of his fortune stems from his ownership of at least 5,000 apartment units, primarily in Southern California. Sterling is known for buying tired properties using a relatively small amount of debt, and then fixing them up
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march 2019 by lwhlihu
Meet the Trojan Trio Behind an L.A. Real Estate Empire | USC Gould School of Law
Good article

All 3 children of Dr. Lee (the billion dollar+ real estate empire in LA) went to USC
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march 2019 by lwhlihu
Major L.A. Landlord Buying California Market Center - LA Times
California Market Center in downtown Los Angeles, the cornerstone of Southern California's apparel and fashion industry, is being purchased for a reported $135 million.

Jamison Group, perhaps the largest privately held office landlord in Los Angeles, is in escrow to buy the 3-million-square-foot complex from Hertz Investment Group, said Hertz President Judah Hertz. The sale is expected to close early next year.

Jamison is owned by physician and investor David Y. Lee, a Korean immigrant who has been acquiring Los Angeles-area properties since 1995. The company owns about 16 million square feet in more than 60 properties, including the Los Angeles World Trade Center downtown, Equitable Plaza on Wilshire Boulevard and the Herbalife building in Inglewood.
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march 2019 by lwhlihu

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