The Tennessee thirty (30) day notice to cure or vacate, in regards to Statute 66-7-109(b), is the notice used to inform a tenant of their noncompliance with the lease agreement. If the tenant does not cure the violation(s) or move out of the rental unit by the end of the 30th day of the notice period, the landlord has the right to file an eviction lawsuit in court.
Note: If the tenant has committed the same violation(s) within the past six (6) months, the landlord can serve them a 14 day notice to quit.
How to Write
Step 1 – Enter the current date at the top of the form in the “Date” field (in dd/mm/yyyy format), and then enter the full name(s) of the tenant(s) in the “To” input field.
Step 2 – Provide a description of the violation(s). If more space is necessary for a complete description, attach a separate page of paper to the notice.
Step 3 – Fill in the address of the rental property/unit (street, apartment number, city, state, ZIP).
Step 4 – Sign your name in the “Signature” field at the bottom of the form, enter a contact phone number, and then write the date.