Lease Termination

Eviction Notice - No Cause Lease Termination

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Lease Termination - Utah No Cause Notice to Vacate - A "No Cause" notice can be used if the lease agreement is coming to an end (either from a one year contract or in a month to month lease) and the landlord wants the tenant to move out.  If the tenant is on a month-to-month agreement, this notice would require the tenant to leave by the end of the next month.  This is a "No Cause" notice because the landlord does not been to have grounds for eviction, they are simply terminating the lease which requires the tenant to leave the property.

  • Click Here - No Cause Termination Notice  By default under Utah law, a landlord wishing to terminate a lease (whether written or oral) must provide fifteen days notice in prior to the end of the term.  However, if your lease requires more than 15 days to terminate your lease, you must comply by allowing the amount of time required in your lease.  You can also use this form if you would simply like to provide your tenant with more than fifteen days notice.


No Cause Notice - Lease Termination Notice