Nevada 5 Day Notice to Pay or Quit | Non-Payment of Rent

The Nevada five (5) day notice to quit, subject to NRS 40.2512, is required to be served to a tenant that has not paid rent. The notice provides the tenant with five (5) days to either pay the past due amount, or vacate the rental unit. The tenant must comply with the notice within the five (5) day period, otherwise the landlord can terminate the rental agreement and then file an eviction order in the township/county of the rental property. If the court finds the tenant guilty of unlawful detainer, they will most likely issue a “summary order” to the sheriff/constable to remove the tenant from the premises of the rental property.

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How to Write

Step 1 – In the “To” section at the top of the notice enter the name(s) of the tenant(s), along with their mailing address (street, city, state, ZIP). In the “From” section, enter the name of the landlord and a contact address. Put the service date in the “date of service” input field, and then select the type of delivery/service method that will be used.

Step 2 – Fill in the total amount of rent that is past due, enter the corresponding rental dates, and then put the date that the payment(s) became late on.

Step 3 – Enter the name of the township/county where the rental property is located, and then enter the address of the Justice of the Peace of that township.

Step 4 – Complete the “Declaration of Service” section after serving the tenant with the notice. Enter the date of service, and then select which service method was used. If applicable, have the witness (and tenant) print/sign their name. The person who served the notice must print and sign their name in the input fields at the bottom of the notice.