Los Angeles, CA asked in Landlord - Tenant for Nevada

Q: I have twin tenants that are on a month to month lease. I need to notice them that the lease is not being renewed , how

I know that terminating a month to month lease requires at least 30 days notice. 1. Does that notice require that it be given at the beginning of the month, or at any time? 2. Serving them via a process server will be very difficult, as they are not here at any specific times. What is an alternate means of informing them that the lease is not continuing? This is a Clark County NV issue

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A: The 30-day notice to terminate a month-to-month lease in Nevada can be given at any time during the month. The notice period begins on the day that the notice is served to the tenant, and the tenancy ends on the last day of the month following the 30-day notice period.

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