28 day Eviction Notice – Non-Renewal of Lease


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Downloadable 28 Day Eviction Notice

A 28 day eviction notice for stating when a tenant must leave, used for when landlords want to legally evict a resident. The eviction can be due to many reasons, but this 28 day eviction notice.



Downloadable 28 Day Eviction Notice

What is an Eviction Notice? 

When a landlord issues an eviction notice, he or she states the date when a tenant has to leave the apartment. Prior to the end of the rental period, the landlord must give at least 28 days’ notice to the tenant.

The eviction notice is the legal way to forcibly remove a tenant from a rental location before the end of the lease completion. An eviction notice can be used for a number of reasons including: rental non-payment, breaking terms of the lease, neglect, and more.  

How do I write an Eviction Notice, is there a template? 

You can use our available template to make your Eviction Notice with ease. Using this template, you will ensure that your business is legally protected. 

Are Eviction Notices legally binding?

As long as your Eviction Notice is a certified legal document then it is legally binding. Our selection of certified documents lets you be sure the document is valid. Our legal experts review all accredited documents to ensure their legitimacy.

What should be included in a 28 Day Eviction Notice?

An eviction notice just needs to contain a notice of eviction as well as the date by which the tenant must vacate the property. The eviction notice requirements may vary from state to state, but generally include:

  • name of the landlord
  • name of the tenants
  • address of the rental property
  • reason for the notice
  • the amount of rent due
  • a method to make the payment
  • a deadline, or specific date the tenant must move out or pay rent
  • and a statement that the landlord may pursue legal action if the tenant does not meet demand of the eviction notice


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