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The New Hampshire notice to quit allows a landlord to issue a legal document announcing a tenant’s violation of their lease. For non-payment of rent, the tenant is granted seven (7) days to pay the full-amount or vacate the premises. For non-compliance (lease violations) the tenant will have thirty (30) days from the time the notice is served to remediate the issue.

  • Non-Payment of Rent: 7 days
  • Non-Compliance: 30 days

Demand for Rent Form – This form is required to be attached to the notice to quit if the tenant has not paid rent.

Laws – § 540:3

How to Write

This is an All-in-One notice to quit form which means it can handle every aspect in which a landlord would have reason to issue such a notice. Make sure to select the appropriate violation.

Step 1 – Much like the front of an envelope, enter the tenant’s name and their address, including the Street, City, State, and Zip Code.

Step 2 – The first paragraph is asking for the “date to vacate” and the owner information of the tenant’s property.

Step 3 – This is an important step, so make sure you select the correct reason for eviction. They go in order by the following:

  • Failure to Pay Rent
  • Damage Violation
  • Material Violation
  • Behavior causing health and safety issues
  • Other

Step 4 – Landlord/Owner should then date and fill-in their contact details and sign. On the very bottom is the Proof of Delivery slip which should be filled out when the notice is delivered to the tenant.