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Eviction Notice (Residential Lease)

This Eviction Notice can be used to ask a tenant to vacate a property immediately and warn them that you may take legal action to have them evicted.


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This notice should only be used if you are clear about your rights and obligations in your position given the lease agreement, the tenant's breach, and state legislation.

It will usually be followed by legal action such as applying for a termination notice at the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal.

This step is generally only taken after communication with the tenant and attempts to remedy the situation. You can use Lawpath's Notice to Vacate for Breach (Residential Lease) as a legally effective advance notice to vacate, where they have breached the lease agreement.

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