NTV

(redirected from Notice to Vacate)
AcronymDefinition
NTVNippon Television Network Corporation (Japan)
NTVNational Television
NTVNepal Television
NTVNuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori (Italian high speed train company)
NTVNoticias Televisión
NTVNueva Televisión (Spanish: Nova Television)
NTVNon-Tactical Vehicle
NTVNewfoundland Television
NTVNergis Televizyonu (Turkish TV channel)
NTVNotice to Vacate
NTVNerve Tissue Vaccine
NTVNauru Television (New Zealand)
NTVNachrichtentechnische Vertriebsgesellschaft (German News Company)
NTVNonlinear Thickness Variation (silicon wafer measurements)
References in classic literature ?
Opening the window, I walked in upon them; liberated Celine from my protection; gave her notice to vacate her hotel; offered her a purse for immediate exigencies; disregarded screams, hysterics, prayers, protestations, convulsions; made an appointment with the vicomte for a meeting at the Bois de Boulogne.
Hence, an implied new lease or tacita reconduccion will set in when the following requisites are found to exist: a) the term of the original contract of lease has expired; b) the lessor has not given the lessee a notice to vacate; and c) the lessee continued enjoying the thing leased for fifteen days with the acquiescence of the lessor.
The ground is the home of the Malaysian Cricket Association who were given the notice to vacate the venue so it could be redeveloped.
1998 - One hundred families living on the proposed site of the Dh16 billion Westside Marina are searching for new homes after being given three-and-a-half months' notice to vacate their houses.
An NPPF official said that the tenants were served notice to vacate in 2016 being non-contributors to the provident fund scheme.
However, he reiterated that the notice to vacate the hostel was a hoax call.
It is feared users will be forced to go hungry after developers served Bethany Community Foodbank notice to vacate its Erdington warehouse by the end of April.
SB 2004 also requires a 90-day notice to vacate. Frequently, problem tenants stop paying rent when given a notice to vacate.
The council has now served Coun Elliott and the homeowners with an enforcement notice to vacate the properties - which could be demolished.
On July 9, OVAHA received a notice to vacate by July 31.
If the landlord requests a personal guarantee, it is generally limited to a "good-guy" guarantee, which means that if the tenant knows that he or she will be unable to pay the rent and wants to return the premises to the landlord, then the tenant must give the landlord notice of his or her intention to vacate the premises and pay all of the rent and other charges due through the date set in the "notice to vacate." The length of the notice to vacate is subject to negotiation, but is generally 90 days.