Montana 3 Day Notice to Quit | NonPayment of Rent Template

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The Montana three (3) day notice to quit for nonpayment of rent serves as a form to notify a tenant of past due rent. Montana landlords are permitted to deliver the notice immediately following the rent due date. Upon receiving the letter, the tenant will have three (3) days to either pay the amount in full or leave the premises and remove their personal belongings. Tenants that fail to comply with the notice demands may have their lease terminated and be subjected to an eviction lawsuit. For other types of evictions, the landlord should use the Thirty (30) Day Notice to Quit.

When is Rent due? – Rent must be paid on the date prescribed in the rental agreement.

LawsM.C.A. 70-24-422

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