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Here are our most popular eviction notices
- Failure to Pay Rents - Three Day Pay or Quit
- Utah Three Day Eviction Notice to Pay or Quit - The most used Utah eviction notice. It is used when your tenant is behind on payments owed under the lease agreement (rents, late fees, deposits, etc.) and provides a three day window for the tenant to (1) pay past due amounts to bring lease agreement current, or (2) vacate the property. Even if your tenant moves out, that only addresses the possession of the property – they are not released from what they owe in unpaid rents, late fees, etc.
- Lease Violations - Notice to Comply or Vacate
- Utah Three Day Eviction Notice for Lease Violations - This notice is used when a tenant is not complying with the lease (i.e. too many guests or parking non-functioning cars in common area, etc.).
- Lease Termination - No Cause Notice to Vacate
- Utah No Cause Notice to Vacate - A “No Cause” notice can be used if the lease agreement is coming to an end and the landlord wants the tenant to move out when the lease period is over. If the tenant is on a month-to-month agreement, this notice would require the tenant to leave by the end of the next full month.
- Utah Three Day Eviction Notice for Nuisance - Use this notice when the tenant is maintaining a nuisance. What is a nuisance? Any action or inaction which interferes with another’s comfortable enjoyment of their life or property. A nuisance can also be anything which injures health, is indecent, offensive to the senses, etc.
Here are our other eviction notices
- Utah Declaration of Abandonment - Use this notice if you think your tenant has abandoned the property. Read this notice carefully to make sure that your situation fits within the Utah Code's definition of abandoned property.
- Assigning or Subleasing
- Utah Three Day Eviction Notice for Assigning or Subleasing - Use this notice if your tenant has assigned or subleased your property in violation of the lease. It requires your tenant and any subtenants to vacate the property within three days of being served the notice.
- Criminal Acts
- Utah Three Day Eviction Notice for Criminal Acts - Certain criminal acts provide a landlord with the grounds to evict their tenants. Use this notice if your tenant’s criminal actions cause risk of health, safety, sanitation, or damage to your property, other tenants or neighbors.
- Tenant At Will
- Utah Five Day Notice to a Tenant At Will - A "Tenant At Will" is someone that does not have your permission to reside in your property. Read more details on the next page to determine whether you have a tenant at will.
- Unlawful Business
- Utah Three Day Eviction Notice for Conducting Unlawful Business - Use this notice if your tenant sets up or carries on any unlawful business on or in the premises.
- Waste (Damage) to Property
- Utah Three Day Eviction Notice for Committing Waste - Use this notice if your tenant has committed or permitted waste on the premises (meaning the tenants are damaging your property but are not necessarily a nuisance). If it fits under a nuisance, then you should use the appropriate nuisance notice.