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1 Fill in all of the data below to customize the document to your specific requirements.

2 Click "Create my Agreement" to view your document. You can go back and edit at any time.

3 Finalize your document, and then continue to download it in RTF, PDF or HTML Format directly to your computer.

Notice To Cure

Full Name:
Street Address:
Zip Code:

Full Name:
Street Address:
Zip Code:

Rent Amount Owed:

Rent Is Late From:

Days To Pay Rent Before Action:

Anything else you wish to add to this notice?

Date You Will Sign This Notice:
Add Proof of Service To This Agreement:
Add Witnesses to the signing of this Agreement:

If you need to provide your tenant with a notice to cure or quit, then you’ve come to the right place because that’s exactly what we offer you: a tenant notice that is customized to your needs, informing the tenant that they must pay rent or leave the premises, as per the lease agreement originally signed.

So how do you go about creating your notice to cure or quit? It’s so easy you’ll be amazed. Some would even call it simple.

So up above is where you customize your form. If you want a preview of what your notice to cure or quit will say, then you can simply click “Create My Agreement” up there. That will then show you a blank notice to cure or quit form missing the relevant details that you need to fill in.

It’s a fairly straightforward notice. It is addressed to the tenant(s),and informs them that as they haven’t paid rent, their account is delinquent. It states the amount, and the period for which the rent is late.

It then notifies them how many days they have of paying the rent, and if not they must remove all their possessions and vacate the premises. We also have a notice to vacate form on here you can use.

There is also the threat of legal proceedings if the Notice to Cure or Quit is ignored.

Customizing it to your needs couldn’t be simpler. The landlords section is where you put your name and address, which is set up for two landlords in case there are two. Then the tenants section covers up to 4 separate tenants – so if there are multiple tenants in the one address, it’s a lot easier to create one form covering all. Although it should also be noted that you can create multiple notices to cure or quit under the same one payment – meaning you can buy just one and then create multiple.

Once you’ve filled in the landlord/tenant information, it’s time to really customize. First of all, list the rent amount that is owed, and then the period that the rent is late over. Next, put down the days they must pay rent prior to any action being taken by you.

Then you can add anything else to the notice which goes to the bottom of it, but above the signature field. In situations like this it’s recommended you get a proof of service and possible a witness to, in which case it’s set up to allow you to do exactly that.

And that’s how you create your very own customized notice to cure or quit form.