The Immediate Notice for Irreparable Breach is a court document used by landlords to inform a tenant that they have breached their lease in a manner that allows them to cancel and request an expedited removal from the premises. The violation must be an illegal act by the tenant or causing property damage that was detrimental or does not allow the property to be considered habitable.
Examples of an Irreparable Breach include:
- Weapons charge.
- Criminal gang and/or drug activity.
- Threats and/or intimidation.
- Violation threatens the safety of the landlord and/or other tenants.
- Serious property damage.
- Any act that constitutes a nuisance per § 33-1368(A)(2).
How to Write
Step 1 – Download in Adobe PDF.
Step 2 – Enter the tenant’s name, address, apt no., and date in the Header Area.
Step 3 – List, up to five (5), acts that the tenant has done to be considered in breach
Step 4 – Owner/Landlord (or agent) must sign the document.
Step 5 – The form must then be served on the Defendant. It is recommended to serve via Certified Letter.