Drafting Contracts: “Ten Days Notice” or “Ten Days’ Notice”

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Drafting Contracts: “Ten Days Notice” or “Ten Days’ Notice”

Should there be an apostrophe?

Yes, that would be the correct grammatical way of expressing this concept in a legal document.

However, this is only the case, if you are using it in a sentence.

If it were to appear in a chart, with the word “notice” omitted, then, it would simply be “ten days” under the column dealing with notices

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