A tenant's notice of intent to vacate premises is a letter used by a tenant to provide the landlord with written notification that the tenant plans to vacate the premises at a certain date, usually at the end of the lease term. Most state law and lease agreements require the tenant to provide this notice in order to effectively end the tenancy.
Our letter allows you to specify a forwarding address for the landlord to return the security deposit to. You can also specify whether the tenant wants to be present during the landlord's move-out inspection to determine if there is any damage to the premises.
LegalNature's intuitive form will guide you through each step of the process, giving you confidence and peace of mind that your interests are well protected.
This document is included in the Estate Personal Plans.
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