Iowa 7-Day Notice to Quit Form | Non-Compliance

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Updated June 01, 2022

An Iowa 7-Day Notice to Quit (Non-Compliance) is a form used when the tenant breaches the rental agreement due to material noncompliance or a non-compliance with § 562A.17. This notice includes the ability of the landlord to describe the acts and omissions constituting the breach. Once the notice is received by the tenant, they will have no less than seven (7) days to fix the issue. If not remedied within seven (7) days the rental agreement shall terminate.

If the same breach occurs within six (6) months after the first notice, the landlord may terminate the rental agreement with seven (7) days notice without the possibility of the tenant fixing the breach which shall include the date of termination.

LawsI.C.A. § 562A.27(1)

How to Write

Step 1 – The notice is to be completed by the landlord. Begin by entering the name of the tenant(s) and their address.

Step 2 – Once again, you will need to enter the address (if the building has a name, include that as well) of the tenant’s rental unit which is subject to the notice.

Step 3 – Describe the breach (noncompliance) that the tenant has committed. Be as detailed and accurate as possible as the tenant will need to know in order to fix the breach.

Step 4 – Enter the day the rental agreement will terminate if the breach is not remedied. Below should be the date on which this notice has been served followed by the landlord’s signature and address.