This template serves as a 15-day notice to quit for a landlord to evict a commercial or residential tenant in Pennsylvania. It is a prerequisite for an eviction action to recover possession of real property when the lease term is one year or less, or for an indefinite term and eviction is due to the tenant's holding over after the lease expiration or breach of a lease condition.
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This online document template provides a notice to quit for New Jersey landlords to use when ending a fixed-term tenancy and requesting possession of the leased premises. This template meets the notice requirement needed to bring a summary dispossession (eviction) action against a tenant for possession of the leased premises.
A template notice of termination for landlords in Ohio to use when evicting a tenant due to drug-related offenses occurring on the leased premises. It meets the notice requirements of the Ohio Landlord-Tenant Act and Ohio Revised Code before a landlord can initiate a forcible entry and detainer (FED) action.
This online document template provides a landlord with the necessary paperwork to request delivery of rental property from a tenant in Georgia, which is a prerequisite to initiating an eviction process.
This template is built to help landlords in Pennsylvania enforce a judgment for possession of commercial or residential real property in an eviction or ejectment action. It is a praecipe for writ of possession.
This template is used to initiate a summary proceeding in the New York City Civil Court (Housing Part) for the eviction of a residential tenant due to non-payment of rent. The eviction process is regulated by Article 7 of the New York Real Property Actions and Proceedings Law (NY RPAPL).