Notice of Intent to Vacate Free

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A Tenant can use a Notice of Intent to Vacate to inform the Landlord that he does not intend to renew the lease after the end of its term.

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A Tenant can use a Notice of Intent to Vacate to inform the Landlord that he does not intend to renew the lease after the end of its term.

 

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The following information must be specified in the document: the rental property's location, the date the lease started, and the date when the Tenant is planning to move out. It is allowed to indicate the amount of time before moving out to comply with the requirements of the Lease. 

In the document, the Tenant can also provide his forwarding address as this option helps to ensure that the Landlord has the correct mailing address and can send the deposit safely. 

When the document is finished, the Tenant should keep a copy for his records and send an original signed document to the Landlord by certified mail. It is essential to register the letter, as it prevents future disagreements.

Applicable law Applicable law

Every state has its different requirements, so every lease agreement is subject to the law of individual states. The state specifies the amount of time notice a Tenant must provide before refusing to renew a lease and moving out. Most of the states demand a written notification in various forms to be given to the Landlord before vacating the premises.
 

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