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    #1

    24-hour notice or 24 hours' notice or 24 hours notice

    Hello,

    Which one is correct?

    1) Please provide at least 24-hour notice.
    2) Please provide at least 24-hours notice.
    3) Please provide at least 24 hours' notice.

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    #2

    Re: 24-hour notice or 24 hours' notice or 24 hours notice

    3) is correct.

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    #3

    Re: 24-hour notice or 24 hours' notice or 24 hours notice

    You can say "Please provide at least a 24-hour notice".

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    #4

    Re: 24-hour notice or 24 hours' notice or 24 hours notice

    Quote Originally Posted by freezeframe View Post
    You can say "Please provide at least a 24-hour notice".
    That wouldn't be colloquial in BE.

    Rover

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    #5

    Re: 24-hour notice or 24 hours' notice or 24 hours notice

    Quote Originally Posted by likesEnglish View Post
    Hello,

    Which one is correct?
    The last two are fine.

    1) Please provide at least 24-hour notice.
    2) Please provide at least 24-hours notice.
    3) Please provide at least 24 hours' notice.

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