| Commentary

11.3.3 Ends of months

| Commentary

11.3.3 Ends of months

A notice which lasts for a month or several months and which is served on the last day of a month will always expire on the last day of the appropriate subsequent month, except where there is no corresponding day in the subsequent month. In such cases, the corresponding day will be the last day of the month. For example, a month’s notice:

  1. (a)

        served on 31 January expires 28 February (29 February in leap year);

  2. (b)

        served on 28 February expires 31 March;

  3. (c)

        served on 30 April expires 31 May;

  4. (d)

        served on

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