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Oklahoma 5 Day Notice to Quit and Demand for Past Due Rent is issued to the tenant by the landlord in case of payment not being made on due date stated in the lease agreement in the State of Oklahoma. According to Statute 41-131, the notice may be served upon the lessee offering then the option of either paying the amount due or face vacating the property at the end of notice’s term. If the tenant does not pay rent or vacate, the landlord may seek damages through legal eviction.
How to Fill this Notice
Address of the Property
Enter complete address of the property along with the ZIP code.
Date of the Lease/Rental Agreement & Rent
Mention the correct date of the Lease/rental agreement and also mention the rental amount as per the agreement between landlord and tenant.
Details of unpaid Rent
Enter number of months (length of stay) the rent is due (unpaid), the total sum due in $, and mention the period from which month till which month the rent is due.
Handing over the Possession of Property
Mention name of the Landlord to whom the property is to be delivered if the tenant is moving out.
Notice issued by, Date & Title
Mention name and title of the person issuing this notice and date the notice is issued.
Enter the complete address of the person issuing this notice.
This notice could be issued in two modes either by hand delivery (if the tenant is unavailable then, it could be affixed on the door of the premises under possession by tenant) or sent by mail delivery system. If the tenant doesn’t quit the property or comply with the rules (Title 41 Residential Landlord and Tenant Act, Section 131 Delinquent Rent), then a legal case could be registered against the tenant by the landlord.