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This notice may be served personally on the other party, and mailing this notice may be an option in some jurisdictions.

Where will the proof of service be executed?

Frequently Asked Questions
What is proof of service?A proof of service is evidence that can be introduced into court to verify that the tenant was properly served with a copy of the document. Anytime a process server or court official is used to deliver a notice to the landlord or tenant, it is advisable that you request proof of service.Are there any special requirements for 'serving' the notice?Notices must be served on the tenant at their address for notice, at the property, or by delivering it to any adult tenant of the property. However, there may be different rules in different jurisdictions. It is important to know which rules apply to your situation. Review the laws of your jurisdiction or contact a local lawyer if you are not sure.If I deliver the document myself, how do I prove in court that the tenant received it?If you deliver the document in person, you should ensure that an objective third party (a person who is unrelated to you and has no interest in the matter) witnesses the event, just in case the tenant later tries to deny having received the notice.A Notary Public is an individual who is authorized to authenticate certain legal documents, such as declarations, deeds, mortgages, and other contracts.

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NOTICE TO: _____________________, TENANT in possession and all others:


  1. Pursuant to a written lease (the "Lease") dated July 22, 2024 you are obligated to pay certain rents on the premises described as: ________________________________________ (the "Premises"), of which you now hold possession.
  2. You are late in the payment of rents totaling $__________ (the "Unpaid Rent"). This Unpaid Rent was due on July 22, 2024 and relates to _____________________________________________________________________________
  3. You are hereby required to PAY the Unpaid Rent, in full, to the landlord, or its agents, within ______________________ after service of this notice (the "Notice Period").
  4. If you fail to pay the Unpaid Rent within the Notice Period, the tenancy will be forfeited at the end of the Notice Period and you must vacate and surrender the Premises to the Landlord by 12 noon on July 22, 2024.


Issued on: ________ day of ________________, ________


Landlord's Name: ________________

Contact Address

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I, the undersigned, AFFIRM AND DECLARE under penalty of perjury that:

  1. I am at least 18 years of age.
  2. I served a true copy of this Notice to Pay Rent or Quit, on _____________________ (the "Tenant") as follows:
[   ] On _______________ ____, 20___  I personally handed this Notice to Pay Rent or Quit to _____________________, the tenant.

[   ] On _______________ ____, 20___  I personally handed this Notice to Pay Rent or Quit to ___________________, one of the tenant's agents.

[   ] On _______________ ____, 20___  I sent by   [    ] first class   [   ] certified   [   ] registered  mail a true copy of this Notice to Pay Rent or Quit to the tenant's address for service provided in the lease. Certified/Registered item # _________________________.

[   ] On _________________________________________________________________________



COUNTY OF ____________________

SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN TO BEFORE ME, on the ________ day of ________________, ________

Signature _____________________________ (Seal)
My Commission expires: ______________________





Last Updated October 18, 2023

Commercial Lease Notices Information

Alternate Names:

A Commercial Lease Notice is also known as a:

  • Commercial Eviction Notice
  • Commercial Lease Termination Letter
  • Commercial Lease Termination Notice
  • Termination of Business Lease
  • Commercial Lease Warning Notice

What are Commercial Lease Notices?

Landlords or property managers occasionally need to present notices to their tenants regarding unpaid or overdue rent, lease violations, rent increases, and more. It is advisable to send a written notice to your tenant in order to properly document the dispute and inform your tenant of the situation and what the next steps will be.

LawDepot's Commercial Lease Notices are customized for commercial rental properties. If you are a landlord or property manager of a residential rental property, use LawDepot's residential Eviction Notice instead.

What is a Commercial Eviction Notice?

A Commercial Eviction Notice, also known as a Notice to Pay Rent or Quit, is a letter demanding payment of rent that a landlord or property manager serves to a tenant. The notice usually includes:

  • The date the Commercial Lease started
  • The amount of unpaid rent that is owed to the landlord or property manager
  • How much time the tenant has to pay the full unpaid rent amount (the notice period)
  • A clause stating that if rent continues to go unpaid the tenant must vacate the premises by a certain date

The landlord or property manager may also choose to utilize a proof of service form to ensure that the eviction notice is delivered to the tenant properly and that there is evidence that the tenant received the notice.

What is a Commercial Lease Warning Notice?

A Commercial Lease Warning Notice is sent to a tenant to inform them of a lease violation. The tenant can then choose to take action so they are no longer in violation of their lease terms.

For example, if the Commercial Lease states that the tenant needs to maintain common areas and the tenant fails to do so, the landlord may choose to send a warning notice letting the tenant know. This would allow the tenant to get up-to-date on their maintenance duties so they are no longer in violation of their lease.

Another example of a lease violation could be if the lease mentions rules regarding loud noise during business hours, and the tenant decides to play loud music during those times. This is another instance where the landlord could issue a warning to the tenant, especially if another tenant in the building or complex complains about the noise.

The tenant responsible for the excessive noise could then negotiate a solution with the landlord, whether it be adjusting the tenant's business hours or installing soundproofing materials in the suite.

What is a Commercial Lease Termination Notice?

A Commercial Lease Termination Notice informs the tenant of a commercial property that their lease will not be renewed. There could be a number of reasons why a property manager or landlord would choose to not renew the lease, including:

  • The periodic tenancy is ending (a periodic tenancy automatically renews when the lease ends, unless the landlord or tenant choose to end the lease permanently)
  • The fixed-term tenancy is ending (a fixed term tenancy is when a lease has a set start and end date, and does not renew when the lease is finished)
  • The landlord is selling the commercial property
  • The landlord is planning to rent the commercial property to another tenant instead

Can a Commercial Lease be terminated early?

A Commercial Lease can usually be terminated early, but what happens after depends on the clauses listed in the lease itself and the laws of the state or local jurisdiction.

Most commercial leases contain early termination clauses in favor of the landlord or property manager. For instance, if the tenant fails to pay rent for a period of time, the landlord may have the ability to terminate the lease.

In other cases, the landlord and tenant may come to an agreement to end the Commercial Lease early. Again, the Commercial Lease should include terms and conditions under which an early lease termination would be allowed.

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