My landlord sent me a notarized notice to vacate after I renewed my tenancy agreement. Can he do that?

The answer is Yes.

In Dubai, the notice to vacate can be sent at any time.  Per RERA, a legal notice to vacate is:

  • The Notice to Vacate must be a 12 month notice AND
  • The Notice to Vacate must be Notarized and sent via Certified Mail on the proper form

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In your case, he sent it after you renewed your tenancy agreement therefore, once your renewal is up, he will need to give you a new tenancy agreement for the remaining months.

For example, you renewed your tenancy agreement for one year starting on May 1, 2014. Your landlord sent you a legal notice to vacate on July 1, 2014. Legally, you have the right to stay in the property until July 1, 2015.

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