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					This 14 Day Notice to Quit is used by a landlord to terminate a tenancy for non-
payment of rent by a tenant. The notice provides that the tenant has 14 days from
receipt of the notice to deliver vacant possession of the rental premises to the landlord.
This notice provides an option for a tenant who is under lease to cure the non-payment
within a prescribed time frame to avoid eviction. This document is useful for a landlord
who wants to evict a tenant if the overdue rent is not rectified.
                             14 DAY NOTICE TO QUIT
                               FOR NONPAYMENT OF RENT

Date: ______________________ [Instruction: insert date of Notice]
To:   ______________________ [Instruction: insert name of tenant(s)] (the “Tenant(s)”)
From: ______________________ [Instruction: insert name of Landlord] (the “Landlord”)


Re:    Rental Property/Unit located at _______________________________ [Instruction:
       insert the rental property’s address]

      THIS NOTICE is to inform you that rent in the total amount of ______________ dollars
($_________) [Instruction: insert dollar amount of past-due rent owed] is past due. This
amount was due and payable by you on ______________ [Instruction: insert past-due rent
due date].

       YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to quit, deliver, and vacate possession of the rental
property/unit located at _________________ [Instruction: insert the rental property’s
address] within fourteen (14) days from receipt of this Notice.

        IN THE EVENT you are a Tenant under an unexpired written lease agreement, you have
until the day the ____ day of __________, 201__, [Instruction: insert due date to pay past-due
rent] in any action by your Landlord to recover possession of the rental property/unit and to pay
to the Landlord the total rent due and outstanding, with all accrued interest at the rate of _______
(___%) [Instruction: insert interest rate] per diem, to prevent the termination of your lease.

       IN THE EVENT you have not received from the Landlord a Notice to Quit in the
previous twelve (12) month period, you have the option of paying and delivering to the Landlord
within _____ (___) [Instruction: insert due date to pay past-due rent] days of receipt of this
Notice, the amount of the outstanding rent due and payable including all accrued interest to the
Landlord at __________________ [Instruction: insert past-due rent delivery address].

       IN THE EVENT you fail to deliver the amount of outstanding rent due, including all
accrued interest within the time frame set forth above, the Landlord shall take any and all
necessary steps under applicable law to vacate you from the rental property/unit.



       DATED this _____ day of _______________, 20__ [Instruction: insert date].

                                              ________________________________
                                              [Landlord’s name]
                                              Per: ____________________________
                                              Name: __________________________
                                              [Instruction: insert name of individual who will
                                              sign this letter on behalf of the landlord]


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                                          Title: ___________________________
                                                  [Instruction: insert title of individual who
                                                  will sign this letter on behalf of the
                                                  landlord]
                                                  I have authority to bind the Company.

OR if Landlord is an individual use the following signature line:

                                                  _______________________________
                                                  [Instruction: insert Landlord’s name]




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Description: This 14 Day Notice to Quit is used by a landlord to terminate a tenancy for non-payment of rent by a tenant. The notice provides that the tenant has 14 days from receipt of the notice to deliver vacant possession of the rental premises to the landlord. This notice provides an option for a tenant who is under lease to cure the non-payment within a prescribed time frame to avoid eviction. This document is useful for a landlord who wants to evict a tenant if the overdue rent is not rectified.