Alabama landlords, if your tenant is in breach of the rental agreement ⁄ lease, serve the tenant with this Notice of Termination for Breach of Lease.
- The Notice notifies the tenant that he/she is in breach of the lease and that the lease is terminated.
- The tenant must either cure the breach (if it can be cured) or he/she must vacate the rental premises within 14 days, failing which the landlord will commence eviction proceedings.
- A Service of Notice form is included to record the details of how the Notice was served on the tenant.
- Buy the form once, and it's yours to use as often as you require.
This Alabama Notice of Termination for Breach of Lease is provided in MS Word format, and is easy to download, fill in and print.
NOTICE OF TERMINATION FOR BREACH OF LEASE To: ________________ (insert full name of tenant) Re: Rental Premises located at: _______________________ (insert address of rental unit) You are hereby notified that you are in breach of the lease dated __________ (insert date) between _____________ (insert name of Tenant) and __________________ (insert name of Landlord), governing the above described premises. Specifically, this breach is: (describe) This is your written notice that the lease will terminate fourteen (14) days after receipt of this Notice of Termination, and you must quit and deliver up possession of the said premises by ___________________ [insert date that is 14 days following delivery of the notice to the tenant.] You may cure the breach and avoid termination of the lease by _______________________________________________ (describe how the tenant may cure the breach, if it can be cured). Otherwise the lease will terminate on the aforesaid date. If the breach has not been cured by the date given above, the Landlord may elect to initiate eviction
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