Address it to all adult occupants and include their complete names, full address including the unit or apartment number.
Place the date on the notice on the day you are serving it.
Fill in the amount of RENT owed
Do not include late charges or other fees. Only include the amount of rent that is owed at the time the notice is prepared.
Fill in the expiration date
Do not count the day of delivery and it will expire on the third business day, excluding Sat., Sun., and legal holidays from date of delivery.
Fill in your contact information
Put your name or your agent's name, address, and telephone number where you can be contacted for payment.
Serve the Notice
Make a copy of the notice. Serve the copy on the tenant or any of the adult occupants in the property; or by posting the notice on the property. When you return to your home or office fill out the "Certificate of Service" on your original describing how and to whom it was served.
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