Grammar Queen, I need your help. I read your prepositional phrase usage blog, & think it was great.
Question: "Tenant shall have the right to terminate this Agreement beginning June 1, 2011 upon no less than 60 days' prior written notice."
Does this mean: (A) Can give notice on 4/1 and terminate 6/1? or (B) Can give notice on 6/1 and terminate 8/1?
--- It's a rental agreement, and the sentence is really ambiguous. I've polled a few people and it's a 50/50 split. I think it's (A) because it's two prepositional phrases separate and unique from each other. I don't think a prepositional adverb can describe another prepositional adverb.
The latter-the right does not begin until 6/1 and then, only with 60 days prior written notice
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