When to use an Eviction Notice
Eviction notices are used to inform a tenant they must take an action and/or their right to lease a property has ended and they must move out.
Some notices offer the tenant the opportunity to remain in the unit if they correct a major issue (for instance, failure to pay rent). These forms are considered "curable." Other notices are incurable notices meaning the tenant must vacate the premises.
Notices vary in purpose and length, and requirements for minimum lengths, information required on the notice, etc. are usually set by state level laws.
Important: prepare and serve the Eviction Notice correctly
The requirements for what to put on the form, and how to serve it, are important if the landlord wants to file an eviction court case later, otherwise the court may dismiss the case until the notice is done correctly.