notice in writing

notice in writing
Ordinarily a notice given in writing and subscribed by the person giving notice thereby. A written notice may be a sufficient "notice in writing," although it is not signed, provided it purports to come from the person whose duty it is to give the notice. Cohn v Smith, 37 Cal App 764, 174 P 682.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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