In relation to a lease / tenancy /rental, second reminder given by Landlord to the Tenant in relation to unpaid rent - threaten to terminate if rental not received by a certain date. This is drafted from the perspective of the Landlord.
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The document titled 'Notice for Unpaid Rent in relation to Tenancy / Lease' is a formal notice sent by a landlord to a tenant who has failed to pay their rent. This document serves as a warning to the tenant that their non-payment of rent is a material breach of the tenancy agreement and that the landlord has the right to terminate the tenancy and take legal action to expel the tenant.
The detailed introduction of the entire document includes the following information:
- The document is addressed to the party 1 contact, who is the representative of the tenant.
- The document states that the tenant has not paid their rent for the month(s) of month under the tenancy agreement.
- The due date for the rent has passed, and the amount of outstanding rent is specified.
- The non-payment of rent is considered a material breach of the agreement.
- The landlord has the right to terminate the tenancy if the rent is not paid within a certain number of days from the due date.
- The landlord demands immediate payment of the outstanding rent by a specified termination date.
- If the payment is not made by the termination date, the landlord will proceed with terminating the tenancy, expelling the tenant from the premises, and seeking recovery of all associated costs and expenses.
The document is structured into the following sections:
1. Account Information
3. Notice of Non-Payment
4. Demand for Immediate Payment
5. Consequences of Non-Payment
Each section provides specific details and instructions related to the purpose of the document.
1. Verify Account Information: Ensure that the account first name, account last name, and account address provided in the document are accurate and up to date.
2. Address the Recipient: Insert the name and address of the party 1 contact in the designated fields to ensure that the notice reaches the intended recipient.
3. Specify the Tenancy Agreement Details: Enter the relevant information regarding the tenancy agreement, including the address of the premises and the date of the agreement.
4. Highlight Non-Payment of Rent: Emphasize that the tenant has failed to pay their rent for the specified month(s) and that this constitutes a material breach of the agreement.
5. State the Consequences of Non-Payment: Clearly communicate that the landlord has the right to terminate the tenancy if the rent is not paid within a certain number of days from the due date.
6. Demand Immediate Payment: Clearly state the amount of outstanding rent and specify a termination date by which the payment must be made.
7. Explain the Consequences of Non-Payment: Inform the tenant that failure to make the payment by the termination date will result in the termination of the tenancy, expulsion from the premises, and potential legal action to recover costs and expenses.
8. Sign and Send the Notice: Ensure that the notice is signed by the appropriate account representative and sent to the party 1 contact via a reliable method of delivery, such as certified mail or email with read receipt.
9. Keep Records: Maintain copies of the notice and any communication related to the non-payment of rent for future reference and potential legal proceedings.