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The Wyoming three (3) day notice to quit is a document that is designated for tenants that are behind on their rent and is issued by a landlord, usually through legally serving it. The tenant will have the period of time to either pay all the monies due to the landlord or face an eviction through a process called an “unlawful detainer”. If the tenant decides to move out in the three (3) day period and not pay the rent…

The New Jersey eviction laws, as stated in the bulletin guide, allow for a landlord to identify a tenant’s late payment by first submitting a Consent to Enter Judgment for Possession before issuing a Notice to Quit/Cease (PDF/Word). See the Civil County Courthouses where a landlord may file these documents and start the process of an eviction of a tenant.   Related: New Jersey SubLease Agreement New Jersey Rental Application New Jersey Commercial Lease Agreement New Jersey Standard Residential Lease…

The Rhode Island rental application is a credit and background verifying tool used for landlords in order to check and see if a prospective tenant may be a good fit for their property. The landlord will usually request a non-refundable fee from the lessee which shows their good-faith interest in the property as well as pay for any costs associated with performing the lookup. The tenant will typically have to give the following details to the property owner/manager: Property Details…

The South Carolina five (5) day notice to quit is served upon a tenant at the time rent is late. The document gives the tenant, according to Statute 27-40-710, five (5) full days from the date of being served to pay all that is owed to the landlord or vacate the premises. If the amount is paid the lease shall continue into its entirety. Related: South Carolina Rental Application South Carolina Residential Lease Agreement South Carolina SubLease (Roommate) Agreement South…

The Louisiana rental application gives the landlord of a property access to an applying tenant’s criminal, credit, employment, and rental history, ensuring that there is a thorough understanding of the applying lessee’s background information. With this information, the landlord can decide if the applying tenant will be an honest, financially stable contribution to the property while not causing any problems to other tenants. In addition it is also recommend the landlord of a property request a security deposit from the tenant. The security deposit…