Where the tenancy from year to year commences on an intermediate day, the length of the notice must be 182 days at least, the days being reckoned by including the one extreme and excluding the other1. If, however, there is an express stipulation for determination on six months' notice, this will be construed literally whether the tenancy commences on a quarter day or between two quarter days; and, unless the context otherwise requires, a notice of six calendar months is sufficient
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