The Utah three (3) day notice to quit, in relation to Section 78B-6-802(h), is the notice that must be given to a tenant who has violated a part of the lease agreement (before the landlord can file an eviction action). The notice provides the tenant with three (3) days to remedy the violation, or move out of the rental unit. Failure of the tenant to comply with the lease agreement or move out of the unit allows the landlord to file an eviction action (lawsuit). In the State of Utah, eviction lawsuits are filed in District Court.
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How to Write
Step 1 – Under the “This Notice is Given to Tenant(s)” title, enter the name(s) of the tenant(s), and then enter the address of the rental property (street, unit, city, county, state, ZIP). In the “This Notice is Given by Landlord(s)” section, put the name of the landlord, address of the property manager, and a contact phone number.
Step 2 – Enter a detailed description of the lease violation(s).
Step 3 – The “Return of Service” section at the bottom must be completed after the notice has been served on the tenant. Fill in the date of service, and then select the service method (personal delivery, posted, left at residence, certified mail). The person who served the notice must sign their name in the input field at the bottom of the section.