Landlord Eviction and Lease Notices
A Landlord Eviction or Lease Notice is also known as a:
- Warning Notice
- Warning Letter
- Eviction Letter
A landlord or property manager may need to present various notices to tenants when leasing a residential property. Serving a legal and formal notice ensures that you have accurate documentation of the dispute and that you follow proper protocol when attempting to resolve any breach of lease terms with a tenant.
Notice to Quit
A Notice to Pay or Quit is used by the landlord to inform the tenant who is late in paying rent that he or she can either pay the amount due or vacate the rental property.
These forms give the occupant a deadline for payment and inform them of when he or she needs to leave the property if they don't pay.
Who needs a Notice to Quit: Any landlord or property manager whose tenant(s) is behind with rent payments may want to issue a Notice to Quit.
Notice of Lease Violation
A Notice of Lease Violation is a form that the landlord can use when the renter has broken a term in the lease. The landlord gives the tenant the option to either amend the violation or to leave the property or home.
Who needs a Notice of Lease Violation: Any lessor who has a tenant that has violated terms in a signed lease agreement should consider a Notice of Lease Violation form.
Notice of Termination
A Notice of Termination is used by landlords to let the tenant know that he or she wants to end the agreement. These forms are usually used with month-to-month leases, or rental contracts that require a specific amount of notice to end.
Who needs a Notice of Termination: Any landlord looking to notify a renter of the end of a lease may want to use a Notice of Termination. A certain amount of notice is required and the length varies by state.
Notice to Increase Rent
A Rent Increase Notice is what the landlord uses to inform the tenant that there will be an increase in the tenant's rent payment. You need to give your occupant notice before you increase your rent, and the notice period depends on where the property is located.
Who needs a Rent Increase Notice: Any landlord who plans to increase the cost of rent for an investment property while a tenant is living there should use this form.
Notice to Pay Rent
A Notice to Pay Rent is what the landlord uses to formally advise the tenant that he or she did not pay the rent when it was due and requests that the payment be made by a certain date.
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