Alabama 7 Day Notice To Terminate the Lease
The Alabama 7 Day Notice to Terminate the Lease is used to terminate the tenancy for lease violations OTHER THAN non-payment of rent.
Document Last Modified: 6/18/2018
Sometimes, even with a well-crafted lease (and since you’re an on-the-ball kind of landlord you might have even used our Alabama Residential Lease Agreement), your tenant doesn’t hold up his end of the bargain. Even if he’s paid the rent on time every month, he may have violated the lease in other ways. Like by holding nightly jam sessions in the garage, for example, or by running an at-home business as a sports bookie. Our Alabama 14 Day Notice to Terminate the Lease is created for situations such as these.
This document is designed to give notice to a tenant who has violated the terms of a lease other than non-payment of rent. (In that case, you’ll want to use our Alabama 7 Day Notice for Failure to Pay Rent.) It clearly states in firm language that the terms of the lease have not been upheld and that failure to correct any violations within 7 days will result in legal proceedings to terminate the lease. A notice of 14 days is required for this type of violation in the state of Alabama. The tenant must also be given the chance to address the problem. Don’t you love that we figured that out for you?
Although having to use this type of notice is never fun, creating it is easy. All you have to do is click "Create Document." Once you do that, our Document Builder Wizard takes over. You simply customize the document for the right property address and add the lease violation. If you need to change the date the notice will be served or edit your contact information, you can do that as well. Then click "Create Documents" and your notice is ready! Click on the document name on the next screen to download and print. Note that the document will print with a list of options for delivering the notice. Simply fill that information in by hand.
We hate having to think about evicting a tenant and are pretty sure you do, too. But if it comes to that, you’ll want to make sure your ducks are in a row. A great place to start is our Overview of the Eviction Process: A Step-by-Step Guide to Eviction. In addition to offering a ton of practical information about evictions, it also has some nifty graphics. You might even want to keep track of every step you take along the journey, which is what our Eviction Record Timeline is for. See? We’ve thought of everything.
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