Nebraska 3 Day Notice to Pay or Quit | NonPayment of Rent
The Nebraska three (3) day notice, following Statute 76-1431(2), is required to be served to tenants who have failed to pay rent. The notice provides the tenant with three days to either pay the owed amount, or vacate the rental unit. If the tenant does not pay or move out within the three day period, the landlord can file an eviction lawsuit in court. The notice must be served to the tenant, and the notice period (three days) must expire (with no action taken by the tenant), before the lease agreement can be terminated.
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How to Write
Step 1 – Put the full name of the tenant at the top of the notice in the “To:” section.
Step 2 – Fill in the city, county, and street address of the rental property/unit. Enter the start date of the lease agreement (DD, Month, YY).
Step 3 – Fill in the total amount of rent that is past due, and the corresponding lease term that it is due from. Sign your name in the “Landlord/Agent Signature” input field.
Step 4 – After the tenant has been served the notice, fill out the “Certificate of Service” section at the bottom of the form. Enter the date of service, the name of the tenant, and then select the service method that was used. Sign your name in the input field at the bottom of the section.