What Declarations Are Common in a Notice to Vacate?


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Common declarations in a notice to vacate include notice that the tenant is being evicted according to the time-frame directed by the lease, reasons for the eviction and the date by which belongings must be removed. It includes instructions relative to final inspection, security deposit and the return of keys.

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A notice to vacate, or an eviction notice, is a legal document that landlords are required by law to use to evict a tenant or terminate a tenancy. Common reasons for issuing a notice to vacate include a specified end to the lease contract, failure of the tenant to pay and failure to comply with the rental agreement terms.

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