3-Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit

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This is a standard form for serving a tenant who has failed to pay rent with notice that he or she has 3 days to pay the rent owed or move out of the rental unit. With a residential or commercial tenancy, if the tenant fails to pay rent during that time period, the landlord can move forward with the filing of an Unlawful Detainer (Eviction action) against the tenant after the 3 day period expires. It should be noted that how and when the notice is served is very key to the effectiveness of the notice.

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