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On our website, you get exactly what you need: An effective Eviction Notice Form created by an attorney. Yes, we have to charge a few dollars for it, but you do not have to sign up for any subscriptions!
Landlords Beware Again! Every state has a slightly different Eviction Notice form. Another problem with many legal forms websites is that they are selling the exact same eviction notice for every state. This is dangerous. Our website sells forms that were created by an attorney after researching the landlord-tenant laws in your particular state.
Depending on the state you're in, the Eviction Notice Form can have different names, such as "Notice to Quit" or "3 Day Notice." Please choose your state below to purchase the correct printable eviction notice for your state.
Eviction Notice Form Tips
Unlike a sample eviction notice letter, or one of the many of the free eviction notice forms the internet, the Eviction Notices on this site are designed to specifically fit the requirements of each corresponding state. Make sure you follow the instructions when customizing your form. When you are done filling out the eviction notice template, print it, sign it, and make some copies of it.
For safety reasons, if you are going to hand-deliver your Eviction Notice, make sure you do it during daylight hours. Write down on your copies what time you delivered the Eviction Form to the tenant. It helps to have a witness with you who can watch you deliver the Eviction Notice and testify later that they saw you deliver it. That is in case the tenant claims that they never got it. Some people also have a friend take a picture of them delivering the Eviction Form.
If you mail the Eviction Notice, it is a good idea to send it via regular mail AND certified mail. Sometimes a tenant will refuse certified mail because they can guess what it is. If you end up going to court later, you can show the judge that you sent it both ways, and the certified mail came back to you as "refused." That way you can prove the tenant received (or had the opportunity to receive) the Eviction Notice Form.
And finally, don't forget that the advice of an attorney is better than anything you read on the internet. If you have legal questions about how to deliver your eviction notice, or how to proceed with your eviction, contact a landlord tenant attorney in your area.
Disclaimer: Although this site strives to have the most current information on state eviction laws and forms, legislatures and judges' rulings are always changing the laws. The information on this site is to be used as a guide, and is not to be used as legal advice, or as a substitute for the advice of an attorney. If you believe any information on this site is incorrect or needs to be updated, please Contact Us immediately. *This statement does not mean you are receiving legal advice or counsel. The attorneys used to create this form may not have been licensed in your state. Purchasing a form does not create an attorney-client relationship.