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1) Is it grammatically correct to use "to you" in the sentence below.

e.g. Further to my email to you dated 1 January 2021 regarding the termination of your lease. Below is a tenant moving out checklist to ensure a smooth process of moving.

2) Also, is it correct to say a tenant moving out checklist?

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@Tony C posted:

1) Is it grammatically correct to use "to you" in the sentence below.

e.g. Further to my email to you dated 1 January 2021 regarding the termination of your lease. Below is a tenant moving out checklist to ensure a smooth process of moving.

Yes. "email" as a verb does not take "to" (I emailed you), but the noun does (my email to you).

@Tony C posted:

2) Also, is it correct to say a tenant moving out checklist?

Yes, you can say that.

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