Montana Notice to Quit For ALL TYPES of Eviction
The Montana notice to quit, in association with Section 70-24-422, may be used to inform a tenant of a lease termination due to non-payment of rent, damage to the property, or some other form of lease violation. Depending on the circumstances of the tenancy and the violation(s), a specific notice period may be required. Month-to-month tenancies require a thirty (30) day notice period, tenants who have not paid rent must receive a three (3) day notice to quit/pay. If the tenant has committed some form of lease violation, they must receive at least fourteen (14) days notice to “cure” (i.e. fix) the violation or move out of the rental unit.
How to Write
Step 1 – Enter the date (that you deliver/mail the notice on) at the top of the form.
Step 2 – Fill in your full name, address (street, city, state, ZIP), and contact phone number in the “From” section.
Step 3 – In the “To” section, enter the name of the tenant and their address.
Step 4 – Enter the name of the tenant again, and then fill in the full address of the rental unit (street, apartment number, city, county, state, ZIP).
Step 5 – Select why the agreement is being terminated by checking the corresponding box off from the list of options.
Step 6 – Sign your name on the last page (5) of the notice.