Proper format you need to know while writing a Notice to Vacate
When we are discussing about Notice to Vacate then it’s the Landlord sending a notice to their Tenant to vacate their property or the premises currently occupied by the Tenant. While there’s a similar term called the Notice of Intent to vacate which is provided by the Tenant to their Landlord in the event of the Tenant looking to move out of the property. So, here we are going to see how a Landlord may send a Notice to their Tenant for them to leave their Property.
It’s quite difficult for Landlords to put up notices for Tenants who fail to provide the rent. However a time frame needs to be provided in an effective manner abiding by the rules of a particular state. Different states have their Tenant eviction rules and it varies from a standard 30 days Notice to Vacate to a 60 days period. Keeping these factors in mind the Landlord needs to mention clearly their objective in the notice whether they want the Tenant to pay the rent and continue or ask them to move out.
The format of the Notice goes like this:
Tenant’s Complete Name:
Property Address (rented):
“Here the Notice Period, 30 days or 60 days as per the State’s Tenant rules and at the Landlord’s discretion must be written. Moreover, the objective of the Landlord must be clearly mentioned”.
Proof of Service: “In this section, the legal clauses come in and the Landlord must point out the Services as agreed by their end has been provided to the Tenant or not. Also, to mention where the Tenant has defaulted and be very specific in pointing out”.
Landlord’s Complete Name: