Subject to any term of the tenancy, and to any statutory requirements1, a notice to quit need not be in any particular form2, nor need it be addressed to the tenant by name, provided it is properly served on him3. A notice to quit addressed to the directors of a company may be a valid notice to the company4. If the tenancy was created orally, the notice may be given orally5. Errors in the description of the premises6, or as to the tenant's first name7, do not of themselves invalidate the notice if the tenant is not misled by
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