Tennessee 3 Day Notice to Vacate for Dangerous Behavior
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This Tennessee 3 Day Notice to Vacate is designed to be used for dangerous crimes and behavior so that the offending tenant can be removed quickly.
Document Last Modified: 4/29/2023
Acting quickly is the best way to minimize the impact if you have a tenant who is committing crimes and placing your property in jeopardy. Using the Ez LandlordForms Tennessee 3 Day Notice to Vacate. This document is specifically used for criminal or violent incidents. TIP: If there is a police report available, have that handy along with this notice before going to court to file a detainer warrant.
Using this editable form is easy as can be. Simply, choose the property from the list or create a property to add to your rental unit database, then fill in the fields to describe the offense. Remember, to use this form, the offense must be pretty serious. Print the notice out, serve it to your tenant(s) either personally, posting it to the door or by certified mail. Safety first at all times! If personal service poses a threat to you, deliver the notice by other means allowable by law.
Although a Tennessee landlord must make sure that the proper eviction process is followed; not all locations of the state are covered under the Uniform Residential Landlord and Tenant Act. However, the ten counties that must are Anderson, Blount, Bradley, Davidson, Hamilton, Madison, Montgomery, Shelby, Sumner and Knox.
Tennessee Rental Forms and Templates
- Tennessee 30-Day Notice to Cure or Vacate: This Notice should be used for Tenants that violate the Lease Agreement for non-payment of rent or for other Lease violations. It warns that renters have 14 days to cure the Lease violation. If they do not, they need to vacate or face eviction. This Notice is a necessary first step in the eviction process.
- Tennessee 14-Day Notice to Pay or Vacate: This Notice is for Tenants with unpaid rent. It gives Tenants 14 days to get up to date with rent or face eviction.
- Tennessee 3-Day Notice to Vacate for Dangerous Behavior: This form should be used for Tenants that engage in dangerous criminal activity or other dangerous activities that put other Tenants, neighbors, or the property at risk.
- Tennessee 7-Day Notice to Vacate: This form should be used for Tenants that have already received a Notice to Cure a Lease Violation or for Tenants that have violated the Lease Agreement for the second time within 6 months.
- Tennessee Landlord and Tenant Act Consumer Information: This resource summarizes key aspects of the TN Landlord-Tenant Act and outlines the rights of Landlords and Tenants.
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