Nebraska 14/30 Day Notice to Comply or Quit | Non-Compliance

The Nebraska 14/30 day notice to quit, reference Statute 76-1431, is a letter that is sent by the landlord to the tenant when there has been a violation against the lease. The notice states that the tenant has thirty (30) days to vacate the premises while describing the noncompliance. If it has been the first (1st) occurrence of its kind the tenant has the right to comply and fix the issue within the initial fourteen (14) day period. If the tenant does not comply, or it has been the second (2nd) violation, they will be required to leave by the end of the thirty (30) day period.

How to Write

Step 1 – Download/print the notice out (click here – PDF format). In the “TO:” field at the top of the notice enter the full name(s) of the tenant(s), and then enter the date the date of the lease termination.

Step 2 – Provide a description of the violation(s).

Note: Be as detailed as possible. If necessary, attach an extra page to the notice.

Step 3 – If applicable, enter an amount of money that the tenant can pay to “cure” the damages. Fill in the date that the violation inspection will take place.

Step 4 – Date the notice (DD/MM/YYYY), and then sign your name.

Step 5 – Complete the “Certificate of Service” section after the notice has been served to the tenant.

Note: It’s recommended to make several copies of the completed notice.