Anything which amounts to a demand for possession, although not expressed in precise and formal language, is sufficient to indicate the determination of the landlord's will or desire to end the tenancy1. Thus, the landlord may expressly demand possession2, or state that the tenant is in against his, the landlord's, will, or send for the keys3. If the notice states terms and intimates that, if they are not accepted, the landlord will take steps to recover the premises, and the terms are rejected, this is a sufficient notice to determine the tenancy4. The landlord is not required to allow
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