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Rhode Island Notice of Termination of Tenancy notice is issued in the state of Rhode Island. This notice is used to terminate any periodic tenancy, be it week-to-week or month-to-month or year-to-year tenancy contract. The gives clear instruction to the tenant to vacate and handover the property to the landlord after the expiry of the tenancy contract. This notice is issued if the tenant fails to pay the rent or tenancy expires. Also it’s issued under the General Law code of Rhode Island Chapter 34-18 Section -37.
How to Write a Termination Notice for a Tenant, Rhode Island
Date of issue
Mention the date on which this notice was issued to the tenant.
Name & Address
Enter the complete name of the tenant along with his address (which would be the premises under possession). Also mention the City and State with Zip code of the location where the property is situated.
Address of the property
Mention the address of the property which the tenant has to quit.
Date to vacate
Enter the name of the month by which the rental period ends. And on the first day after the end of the rental period ends, the tenant has to vacate the property.
Provide the signature of the Landlord.
Name & Address of Landlord
Enter the print name of landlord/owner and also mention the complete address where the landlord currently resides in Rhode Island.
Date this notice is served & mode
Mention the date on which this notice was dispatch via. US Mail, First Class postage.
Signature of Landlord
Landlord has to enter his/her signature acknowledging the mode of serving the notice.
Serving this Notice to the Tenant
This notice of termination of tenancy is issued in the state of Rhode Island and it can be served on the tenant in different modes. It can be served on the tenant via. Personal delivery or pasting this notice on the gate of the premises under possession by the tenant in case he is absent at the time of hand delivery. Or this notice could be served on the tenant via. First-Class mail delivery system. The Landlord or Tenant can terminate the tenancy using this notice. Even after the notice is served, if the tenant doesn’t quit the property, then the landlord/landlady has the right to proceed with legal action against the tenant.