A Florida 3-Day Notice to Quit (Non-Payment of Rent) is a form created by a landlord and given to a tenant when the tenant fails to pay rent on time. It’s a good way to notify a tenant and it sends a clear warning that if rent is not paid in full within 3 days (excluding Saturday, Sunday, and legal holidays) of notice, the tenant must move out of the premises.
The delivery of notice shall be made by delivering a true copy of the notice directly to the tenant or by certified mail. If the tenant is absent when delivery is made, leaving a copy there at the residence will suffice.
How to Write
Step 1 – It’s the duty of the landlord to properly fill in and complete the 3-Day Notice to Quit before serving the tenant. Carefully fill in the following information.
- Write in the Tenant’s Name, Address, City, State, and Zip Code.
- Landlord shall proceed to enter in their name and enter a date.
- Enter the full amount in which the tenant must pay in order to remain and not be evicted and enter the address of the tenant’s property.
- Enter date of delivery
Step 2 – The landlord must now sign the document and print their name. Enter an address where the tenant can deliver the payment while also providing a telephone number. Lastly, enter the date in which the notice was delivered. If the form was completed with the assistance of another individual, please write in their name, address, and telephone number.