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No-Grounds Eviction Notice (Periodic or Rolling Lease)

This Notice may be used to notify the tenant of a periodic residential lease that you are terminating their lease, without grounds. This process is only legal in some states.


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This notice can only be used to end a periodic, or rolling, lease. To end a fixed-term lease at the prescribed end date, see Notice of Non-Renewal of Lease (Fixed Term Residential Lease).

This notice may be legally required, as is the case in New South Wales. In Tasmania, Queensland, Victoria and the ACT, no-grounds eviction is not legal under any circumstances. These laws are subject to change.

The term "eviction" here is used in the sense of exercising a right to end the lease. This is not valid as a way of initiating forceful eviction proceedings.

This notice may be followed up with a reminder as the date of the end of the lease approaches, such as the End of Lease Reminder (Residential Lease) on the Lawpath platform.

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