Tenant notices are used by the tenant to serve notice to the landlord in some circumstances, which allow the tenant and landlord to communicate effectively over lease terminations and repair requests.
Notice to Repair
A Notice to Repair is a form the tenant can use to inform the property owner or manager that the landlord has either violated the lease agreement or that they have not properly maintained the property.
It details the required repairs to the landlord and gives the tenant the option to exit the lease if the repairs are not made by a certain date.
Who needs a Notice to Repair: Any tenant whose landlord has breached the lease terms or has not maintained the rental property to state health and safety standards may want to use this form to let his or her landlord know that the issue is still ongoing.
Notice of Intent to Vacate
A Notice of Intent to Vacate is what the tenant would use when he or she wants to let the landlord know that he or she plans to leave the rental property at the end of the lease term.
Who needs a Notice of Intent to Vacate Premises: Any tenant planning to vacate the property once the existing lease term is up should use this form to confirm that the landlord is aware of the intended departure and that the notice has been acknowledged. The tenant should ensure that the proper amount of notice is given depending on the rental terms.
Notice of Termination
A Notice of Termination is used by the tenant to inform the landlord that he or she wishes to exit the lease.
This notice can be issued for a number of reasons, including no response from the landlord to a notice of repair, or even the tenant moving due to employment.
Who needs a Notice of Termination: A tenant who wishes to exit the lease before the term has expired, for whatever reason, should use this notice to inform the landlord and provide written confirmation of their intention to leave the premises.