How long is an eviction notice valid?
There is no reason for it to expire. If you've been served an eviction notice, then you are to leave the property. They may come and remove your property and change the locks if you leave the place unattended.
An eviction notice need to be served within 30 days and it will only be expired on the date that you already move out from the place.
I don't understand what you mean "valid for". If you've been evicted, it's permanent unless superceded by some later agreement. And whether the person evicting you is a relative or not is immaterial. There may be a limit as to how long the eviction will appear on your credit report, but that's a different question.
Is the tenant required to give notice when already in receipt of an eviction notice in writing by the landlords?
If you gave a 30 day notice to be removed from rental agreement and during this time a eviction notice was served what is my obiligations?
This depends on what you mean by eviction notice. There are generally two types: the initial notice of 3 to 5 days by the landlord, or a summons for eviction. In the case of the former, this is not really considered eviction notice, but rather a notice to pay your rent or to move. This type of notice consists of: your name, the landlord's name, the number of days you have to pay or to…
An eviction notice begins with a notice to the tenant after about the fifth day that the rent becomes due. The notice is posted on the door, sent by certified mail, or handed over to the tenant. In some states this notice can be incorporated as part of the lease. After the number of days allowed on notice expires - in Florida, three days, and in South Carolina, five - you can begin filing the…