New Hampshire Notice to Quit | Non-Payment & Non-Compliance
The New Hampshire notice to quit allows the tenant to become compliant in with their lease agreement by paying the back-owed amount within seven (7) days (540:3(I)) or curing a material issue within thirty (30) days (540:3(II)). If, the landlord has received payment or provided an inspection and found the material issue to be non-existent, then the tenant should be in-compliance with their lease agreement. If the payment has not been made and/or the material violation has not been cured, the landlord will be able to file for an eviction.
How to Write
Step 1 – At the top of the notice in the “TO” section, enter the full name of the tenant, and their mailing address (street, city, state, ZIP).
Step 2 – Fill in the date that the tenant must vacate the rental unit by, and then enter the owner of the rental property, and the city/county where the property is located.
Step 3 – In the “reason for this eviction notice” section select why the tenant is being evicted. If it is for non-payment of rent, enter the date that the initial demand to pay rent was served to the tenant (if applicable), and the rental period of the past due rent. If it is for lease violations, provide a detailed description of the violations.
Step 4 – Enter the date at the bottom of the form, provide a contact/return address, and then sign/print your name.