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Notice of Re-Entry (Commercial Lease)

This Eviction Notice can be used to inform someone of your intention to re-enter the property (and thereby evict them) due to their failure to leave a property at the end of a Lease.


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The right of re-entry can only be exercised within certain parameters, namely those stated in the Lease and any relevant state legislation. You should ensure that you understand, in particular, any notice requirements or remedy periods that must be given before eviction may be initiated. This right will generally be triggered by a breach of the agreement by the tenant, which will be followed by you sending a warning giving the tenant a certain period in which to remedy their breach before being required to vacate.

Before sending this notice, you should ensure that you have such a right, or you may be in breach of property laws and incur liability.

For a warning letter following a breach of lease, see Breach of Lease Warning Letter (Commercial Lease).

For a letter that can be sent following the tenant's failure to remedy the breach, but giving the tenant time to vacate the property before you re-enter the property, see Notice to Vacate for Breach (Commercial Lease).

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