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Question by  SamMonk (14)

How do you write a notice to pay rent?

I have a bad renter.


Answer by  patti (29325)

Include the tenant's full name and address. Say "As of (date) you have not paid the rent for (details). Please let me know when I can expect payment."


Answer by  patti (29325)

State the facts. Cite the terms of the lease or rental agreement of the amount/due date of rent. State the last receipt of rent and the amount due, and the date by which it must be paid in order to avoid the initiation of the eviction process. Send a copy by registered mail and by regular mail. Keep a copy.


Answer by  Dean (4035)

If you have a lease, cite the terms of the lease, which should include the conditions in which you will move to evict. State the amount owed and date by which you must have it, then state the date you will file to evict. Be prepared to make good on your stated intentions.


Answer by  Roland27 (16334)

You should write a notice saying your renter owes you money and if they don't pay within a certain amount of time they will be evicted. If they don't pay you can go through the eviction process and get a new tenant.


Answer by  Touchdown (317)

You should first check the terms of your lease and the law of the state that the rental unit is in. Typically there is a clause in the contract that states what happens if there is a late payment.

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