Real Estate Jukebox: Boilerplate Notice Provisions May Have Unexpected Consequences

Many standard notice provisions in leases and other real estate contracts include the concept of a notice being "deemed given" some period of time after being sent (e.g., 5 days if sent by certified mail or the next business day if sent by a reputable overnight courier). The problem with a notice being "deemed given" is that even if the notice is not received, the intended recipient will be treated as if the notice has arrived. This could cause all sorts of problems, such as....

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