The Utah three (3) day notice to pay or quit, in accordance with Statute 78B-6-802(c), is given to a tenant who has failed to pay rent. Once the notice has been served on the tenant, they have three (3) days to either pay the past due rent, or vacate (move out of) the rental unit. If the tenant does not pay the past due rent or vacate the property within the three day period, the landlord can then file an eviction lawsuit against them. Eviction lawsuits are filed in the District Court of the county where the rental property is located.
How to Write
Step 1 – Enter the name(s) of the tenant(s) in the (“Name”) input field in the “Tenants” section at the top of the notice. Write the full address of the rental property in the “Address” field.
Step 2 – Put the name of the landlord, as well as their contact address and telephone number, in the input fields under the “Landlord(s)” section.
Step 3 – Fill in the total amount of rent that is past due, and then provide a breakdown of that amount (fees, rental periods, etc.).
Step 4 – At the bottom of the notice is the “Return of Service.” This section should be completed after the notice has been served. Fill in the date of service, and then select which delivery method was employed. In the “Signature” input field, the person who served the notice must sign their name.