South Dakota Three (3) Day Notice to Quit | Nonpayment Template

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The South Dakota three (3) day notice to quit is a document that is served by a landlord upon a tenant who has defaulted in accordance with the law and the lease agreement. This can mean a default payment of rent or if a tenant holds over after the termination of the lease. In accordance with state law, the lessee has three (3) days to remedy the situation or face eviction. If the tenant does not pay the amount due, the lease will be terminated. The amount of past-due rent must still be paid to the landlord.

When is Rent due? – The date stipulated on the lease agreement shall govern when rent is due.

Laws – SDCL § 21-16-2

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