This Lease Agreement is legally binding in Delaware according to your state's specific rules and regulations.
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A Delaware eviction notice can only be given if they have a legal cause. Under Delaware law, landlords can only issue an eviction notice if rent was not paid, violation of the lease or rental agreement, irreparable harm to the property or another person, or if the tenant has broken the law in some way. Delaware eviction notices generally include a 5 or 7-day notice to pay rent or provide a remedy. Sometimes, it includes a 7-day unconditional notice which means the tenant does not get time to correct the problem.