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Frequently Asked Questions
How much notice is the landlord or tenant entitled to?The amount of notice varies from jurisdiction to jurisdiction and depends upon your reason for giving notice. You must consult the applicable local laws to determine the minimum notice you are legally required to provide.Difference between fixed term tenancy and periodic tenancy?A Fixed Term Tenancy is a lease for a fixed number of weeks/months/years which has a start date for the lease and a specific end date.

A Periodic Tenancy is a weekly/monthly/yearly lease with automatic renewal and will continue so long as neither party wishes to terminate the lease. The most common type is the month-to-month tenancy because most rent is paid on a monthly basis.

In most jurisdictions, once a fixed term tenancy ends and if neither party objects, the lease will become a periodic tenancy.

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NOTICE TO: _____________________, TENANT in possession and all others:

Address of Premises: ________________________________________


  1. Pursuant to a written lease (the "Lease") dated June 14, 2021, you are a tenant for the premises described as: ________________________________________ (the "Premises"), of which you now hold possession.
  2. Your Lease creates a weekly tenancy.
  3. Your Lease or the applicable laws of  the Commonwealth of Virginia requires that you be given at least _________________ advance notice prior to the termination of your Lease or tenancy.  This Notice of Termination serves as notification of the Landlord's intention to terminate your Lease.
  4. Pursuant to your Lease and the said laws, you are hereby given notice that the Landlord is exercising its right to terminate your Lease effective on the 14th day of June, 2021 and you are required to vacate the Premises on or before 12 noon on this date.
  5. All terms and obligations in the Lease, including, but not limited to, the obligation to pay rent, remain in effect until the latter of the 14th day of June, 2021 and when you have returned possession of the Premises to the Landlord or its agent.

Issued on: _______ day of _______________, 20____

Landlord's Name:_____________________

Contact Address


I, the undersigned, AFFIRM AND DECLARE under penalty of perjury that:

  1. I am at least 18 years of age.
  2. I served a true copy of this Notice of Termination, on _____________________ (the Tenant") as follows:

[   ] On _______________ ____, 20___  I personally handed this Notice of Termination to _____________________, the Tenant.

[   ] On _______________ ____, 20___  I personally handed this Notice of Termination to ___________________, one of the Tenant's agents.

[   ] On _______________ ____, 20___  I sent by   [    ] first class   [   ] certified   [   ] registered  mail a true copy of this Notice of Termination to the Tenant's address for service provided in the Lease.  Certified/Registered item # _________________________.

[   ] On___________________________________________________________________________



COUNTY OF ____________________

SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN TO BEFORE ME, on the ________ day of ________________, ________

Signature _____________________________ (Seal)
My Commission expires: ______________________




Landlord Eviction and Lease Notices

Alternate Names:

A Landlord Eviction or Lease Notice is also known as a:

  • Warning Notice
  • Warning Letter
  • Eviction Letter
  • Notice to Vacate
  • Eviction Notice Form

What is a Landlord Notice?

A landlord or property manager may need to present various notices to tenants when leasing a residential property. Serving a legal and formal notice ensures that you have accurate documentation of the dispute and that you follow proper protocol when attempting to resolve any breach of lease terms with a tenant.

What is a Notice to Quit?

A Notice to Pay or Quit is used by the landlord to inform the tenant who is late in paying rent that he or she can either pay the amount due or vacate the rental property.

These forms give the occupant a deadline for payment and inform them of when he or she needs to leave the property if they don't pay.

Who needs a Notice to Quit: Any landlord or property manager whose tenant(s) is behind with rent payments may want to issue a Notice to Quit.

What is a Notice of Lease Violation?

A Notice of Lease Violation is a form that the landlord can use when the renter has broken a term in the lease. The landlord gives the tenant the option to either amend the violation or to leave the property or home.

Who needs a Notice of Lease Violation: Any lessor who has a tenant that has violated terms in a signed lease agreement should consider a Notice of Lease Violation form.

What is a Notice of Termination?

A Notice of Termination is used by landlords to let the tenant know that he or she wants to end the agreement. These forms are usually used with month-to-month leases, or rental contracts that require a specific amount of notice to end.

Who needs a Notice of Termination: Any landlord looking to notify a renter of the end of a lease may want to use a Notice of Termination. A certain amount of notice is required and the length varies by state.

What is a Notice to Pay Rent?

A Notice to Pay Rent is what the landlord uses to formally advise the tenant that he or she did not pay the rent when it was due and requests that the payment be made by a certain date.

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