Is it time to say good bye to your lease? With our 30 day notice to landlord sample, ending your lease will be a walk in the park.
Just from the name of this notice, it's clear it's one for the tenants. If you happen to be a landlord, no worries we haven't forgotten about you - Click here for our 30 Day Notice to Vacate instead.
It's no shocker to most, but this notice isn't a magic spell that makes all leases vanish into thin air. In general, you can only cast it on your landlord... to end a month to month lease or terminate a fixed term lease that is expiring.
After giving landlord 30 day notice, only thing that worries most tenants is their all-precious security deposit. If you can return the rental property in move-in condition, then chances are good that you will be getting a full refund.
Restoring your rental property to its former "glory" is hard work, but it's often the only way to be reunited with your security deposit. While the law allows you to get away with normal wear and tear, any damage or grime inflicted by neglect or abuse... has to be patched, fixed and scrubbed clean.
* While we work hard to make sure that our forms are helpful and updated, you must edit them according to your own needs and local real estate law. Always seek legal help when in doubt.
Landlord Name: ______________________________
TO the above Landlord:
You are hereby notified of my intention to vacate the premises located at:
on or before this date: _______________
This is my (30) THIRTY day notice to terminate our lease agreement for the above premises and return possession of the above premises to the Landlord.
I understand that my security deposit will be refunded in full as long as I do not owe any unpaid charges, and return the above premises in clean and undamaged condition. Please return my security deposit and forward all mail to my new address at:
Tenant Name: ______________________________
Tenant Signature: ______________________________ Date: _______________