What is the Notice to Quite?
The Notice to Quite refers to the Tenancy Agreement. It is also called the Termination of Tenancy for Non-Payment or Rent. This document is created by the person who owns the property and rents it out for an individual, family or other group of people who became not able to pay for renting.
What is the Purpose of the Notice to Quite?
The Notice of Quite is specially designed so that the landlord could influence the tenant or tenants when they do not pay for rent. When the tenancy is terminated because of non-payment, the landlord is legible to provide this document to the tenant with the request either to move out or pay money for rent.
When is the Notice to Quite Due?
This form is connected to the Tenancy Agreement. The due date is dependable upon the dates of tenancy termination. However, the tenant must pay not later than after 7 days when the notice was sent.
Is the Notice to Quite Accompanied by Other Documents?
This document may be accompanied by the Tenancy Agreement and the Compliant.
What Information do I Include in the Notice to Quite?
In the Notice to Quite you must provide the name of the tenant and the address of the rental unit (with zip code, street, city and state). The main information in the form is the date by which the rental payment must be paid. The tenant must sign this notice as it is a direct confirmation that he has received it.
Where do I Send the Notice to Quite?
The copy of the Notice to Quite must be sent to the tenant. The document itself must be kept for the landlord’s record.