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    either party may terminate with a 30 day notice

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    Texas Judiciary Online - HTML Opinion
    Tenant may terminate this agreement with a 30 day written notice till April 1, 2007, after this date either party may terminate with a 30 day notice.

    Wouldn't it be better to say "... either party may terminate it with a 30 day notice" than "... either party may terminate with a 30 day notice"?

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    Re: either party may terminate with a 30 day notice

    Quote Originally Posted by Daruma View Post
    Hello.

    Texas Judiciary Online - HTML Opinion
    Tenant may terminate this agreement with a 30 day written notice till April 1, 2007. After this date either party may terminate with a 30 day notice.

    Wouldn't it be better to say "... either party may terminate it with a 30 day notice" than "... either party may terminate with a 30 day notice"?
    Not really. You'll see this often with some verbs.
    After you make your booking, you can cancel (it) any time.
    The "it" is understood. If you are in doubt about a verb in cases like this, put "it" in.

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