Legal Advice for Rent Notices — 5 results
Written by attorney James Studt, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
READ THIS FIRST! This guide is an informal description of the process of issuing a notice to pay rent or vacate to residential tenants in Washington state. This guide is applicable ONLY in... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Warrick, 27 days ago.
If the Tenant fails to pay rent when due and the default continues for three (3) days (excluding Saturday, Sunday, and legal holidays) after delivery of written demand by the Landlord for... more
Written by attorney Douglas Wright, over 2 years ago.
When the tenant fails to pay rent timely, the landlord should give the tenant a three-day notice to pay rent or quit. The notice must be in writing and accurately state:
The full name of... more
Written by attorney Brian Hanis, over 4 years ago.
Personal Service The first attempt in serving any notice should be by personal service. This type of service is to personally hand the notice to the tenant. If you are unable to get the... more
Written by attorney Steven Dhillon, almost 4 years ago.
This brief overview will discuss what is legally required to be included in the 3-day notice and how to properly serve it. 3-day notices are a necessary step in the eviction process. The... more
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