- 3-Day Notice with CFPB/CDC Instructions for Landlords
Use this notice to comply with the new CFPB requirements for debt collectors. Under the new requirements, landlords must notify tenants of their right to seek protection under the CDC moratorium for evictions based on non-payment of rent.
- Termination of Month to Month Tenancy
This notice is used if there is no lease in place. For more information on month to month tenancies, please read our article What You Need To Know About Month to Month Tenancies.
- Notice of Non-Renewal of Lease
If a landlord does not intend to renew the lease with a tenant, it’s good practice to serve the tenant with a Notice of Non-Renewal of Lease.
- Notice of Right to Reclaim Abandoned Property
After a tenant vacates the property, the landlord should serve the tenant with this notice prior to disposing of any abandoned property.
- Seven Day Notice to Cure Tenant Violations
If the tenant violates the lease agreement, such as having unauthorized pets or unauthorized guests, the landlord should serve the tenant with a Seven Day Notice to Cure. If the tenant fails to cure the violations, the landlord can choose to terminate the tenancy. Please read the article Should the Landlord Allow Pets? for an example of when it’s appropriate to serve a Seven Day Notice to Cure.
- Termination of Week to Week Tenancy
If a tenant is week to week, the landlord may choose to terminate the tenancy by serving a Termination of Week to Week Tenancy.
- Commercial Termination of Month to Month Tenancy
This notice is used if there is no commercial lease in place. You should consult an expired lease, if there is one, before serving this notice to determine if there are any additional requirements for service or time frames.
- Fifteen Day Notice to Cure for Commercial Tenant Violations
If the tenant violates the commercial lease agreement, the landlord should serve the tenant with a Fifteen Day Notice to Cure. If the tenant fails to cure the violations, the landlord may choose to terminate the tenancy. You should consult your lease to determine if there are any additional requirements for service or time frames.
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