Indiana 10-Day Notice to Quit Form | Non-Payment of Rent

5.0 Stars | 2 Ratings

Updated June 01, 2022

An Indiana 10-day notice to quit for non-payment of rent is a letter that informs a tenant that they have breached their residential rental agreement by not paying rent on time. The tenant will have no less than 10 days from delivery of the notice to either pay the rent in full or deliver possession of the premises back to the landlord.

Laws – IC 32-31-1-6

How to Write

Step 1 – Begin by entering the name(s) of the tenant(s) and the address of their rental unit.

Step 2 – The breach, in this case, is the failure to pay rent. Explain and detail when rent was to be paid and how much is needed to be paid in order to remedy the breach.

Step 3 – Give the tenant clear instructions on how to correct the issue (for example, give details as to how much is to be paid and where to send the rent).

Step 4 – On line 19, the Landlord/Agent needs to date and follow that by giving a signature and their address.

Step 5 – Starting on line 23, the landlord/agent can begin filling out the Declaration of Service after the tenant has been served the 10-day notice to quit. Select the checkbox that best describes how the tenant was served (personally or mailed). Complete the form with a date, signature, and printed name.