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30 Days Notice - Landlord to Quit Tenacy

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There are times where Landlords needs to end the lease agreements rather than waiting on the Tenant to provide a notice.
Some of the reasons a Landlord may want to end a lease could be because Landlords want to move in, repair the property, or put it up for sale.  In order to do this, a Landlord must serve a notice to inform the tenant the lease is at the end.  
An example of this being applied: In Alaska, this means, post before the rental due date and be moved out by the end of that month. Example Post November 20th; Rental Due date is December 1; the move out date would be December 31
--- What Forms You Get ---
30 Day Notice to End Lease Editable PDF form 
instructions on how to complete the form and how to avoid most common issues. Still, confirm with a lawyer and laws for your local area.
-- Customization ---
Need your forms customized? We can add custom headers, or add fields to meet your specific needs. Get in touch with us for a customization quote.
Some states require a different timeline, we can customize the forms to fit the local area requirements.
-- Form Ideas --
We can possibly help with other forms that you need. Get In touch with us for a customized quote.
-- Documents --
This is an editable PDF Form You will need Adobe Reader. Don't worry it is completely free! Just go to google and search Free Adobe Reader. The "PRINT", "SAVE", and "CLEAR" buttons do not show up on the printed copy. The blue boxes around the form field do not print either. While you can edit some fields, most are secured.  This protects you from potentially editing text that may be required by law. Colors may vary slightly depending on monitor and printer. Designed for 8.5 x 11 standard US letter pages  -- Usage Policy --
We ask you respect our hard work and not share this with anyone else. You are free, of course, to use the PDF form as often as needed for yourself. Make sure to watch for any legal changes, as forms may expire and be void if laws are changed.
-- Digital Downloads --
This is a digital download. Once you purchase the digital item, you will receive an e-mail containing information on how to receive your purchase. Please, double check that your e-mail is correct to ensure prompt delivery. We are not responsible for a purchase that is sent to an undeliverable e-mail address. This information will also be stored in your account online for a limited period of time.  If you do not receive your email, please check you spam or junk folders prior to reaching out to us.
--Refund Policy --
Due to the nature of digital downloads, refunds can not be given.
-- Legal Notice --
The Landlords Almanac is not a law firm nor tax specialists.  These forms are generic and were made to help DIY landlords.  It is always recommended to have a lawyer review the documents for your review of Federal, State, and City Laws.  This form is "AS IS".  We ask that you do not use forms "AS IS".  Read them carefully, seek legal advice, and change to meet your own needs for your area.  If you are unsure of how to fill out forms or the laws for your state, we recommend speaking to an attorney familiar with the laws of your locality.
Happy Landlording

About 30 Days Notice - Landlord to Quit Tenacy

There are times where Landlords needs to end the lease agreements rather than waiting on the Tenant to provide a notice.

Some of the reasons a Landlord may want to end a lease could be because Landlords want to move in, repair the property, or put it up for sale.  In order to do this, a Landlord must serve a notice to inform the tenant the lease is at the end.  

An example of this being applied: In Alaska, this means, post before the rental due date and be moved out by the end of that month. Example Post November 20th; Rental Due date is December 1; the move out date would be December 31

--- What Forms You Get ---
30 Day Notice to End Lease Editable PDF form 

instructions on how to complete the form and how to avoid most common issues. Still, confirm with a lawyer and laws for your local area.

-- Customization ---
Need your forms customized? We can add custom headers, or add fields to meet your specific needs. Get in touch with us for a customization quote.

Some states require a different timeline, we can customize the forms to fit the local area requirements.

-- Form Ideas --
We can possibly help with other forms that you need. Get In touch with us for a customized quote.

-- Documents --

  • This is an editable PDF Form
  • You will need Adobe Reader. Don't worry it is completely free! Just go to google and search Free Adobe Reader.
  • The "PRINT", "SAVE", and "CLEAR" buttons do not show up on the printed copy.
  • The blue boxes around the form field do not print either.
  • While you can edit some fields, most are secured.  This protects you from potentially editing text that may be required by law.
  • Colors may vary slightly depending on monitor and printer.
  • Designed for 8.5 x 11 standard US letter pages 

-- Usage Policy --
We ask you respect our hard work and not share this with anyone else. You are free, of course, to use the PDF form as often as needed for yourself. Make sure to watch for any legal changes, as forms may expire and be void if laws are changed.

-- Digital Downloads --
This is a digital download. Once you purchase the digital item, you will receive an e-mail containing information on how to receive your purchase. Please, double check that your e-mail is correct to ensure prompt delivery. We are not responsible for a purchase that is sent to an undeliverable e-mail address. This information will also be stored in your account online for a limited period of time.  If you do not receive your email, please check you spam or junk folders prior to reaching out to us.

--Refund Policy --
Due to the nature of digital downloads, refunds can not be given.

-- Legal Notice --
The Landlords Almanac is not a law firm nor tax specialists.  These forms are generic and were made to help DIY landlords.  It is always recommended to have a lawyer review the documents for your review of Federal, State, and City Laws.  This form is "AS IS".  We ask that you do not use forms "AS IS".  Read them carefully, seek legal advice, and change to meet your own needs for your area.  If you are unsure of how to fill out forms or the laws for your state, we recommend speaking to an attorney familiar with the laws of your locality.

Happy Landlording

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