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Breach of Lease Warning Letter (Residential Lease)

This Warning Letter can be used to remind a tenant in breach of the lease agreement of their obligations, before sending a notice to vacate.


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This Warning Letter is not legally required as a precursor to a more formal warning or demand, but it may be useful as a way of encouraging compliance with a tenant while maintaining a sound working relationship. Additionally, under the Residential Tenancies Act 2010 (NSW), a valid notice to vacate cannot be given until two weeks after the relevant breach began (the rules may vary from state to state). This letter can serve as a useful reminder during that period.

For a letter to escalate the matter where the tenant does not adequately address the breach, see Notice to Vacate for Breach (Residential Lease).

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