Pennsylvania Notice To Quit For Nonpayment of Rent or Other Breach

Pennsylvania Notice To Quit For Nonpayment of Rent or Other Breach

This is a written notice from a Landlord to a Tenant who has failed to comply with an obligation under the lease or term of the lease (i.e. failed to make rent payments, made alterations without permission, etc…). This type of notice is sometimes called a "Notice to Quit" or "Eviction Notice". This notice can be used with either a commercial or residential tenant. Usually, a notice to the tenant that rent is overdue (or that another obligation under the lease has not been met) is sent before the Notice To Quit is sent out. When the tenant fails to respond to the notice that rent is overdue, it is customary to then provide a Notice To Quit.

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Product Pennsylvania Notice To Quit For Nonpayment of Rent or Other Breach
State Pennsylvania
Pages 3
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