South Dakota 3-Day Notice to Quit Form | Non-Payment

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Updated June 01, 2022

A South Dakota 3-day notice to quit (non-payment) is a written notice given to a tenant (lessee) who fails to pay rent that must precede an eviction proceeding. The notice must be served in person, to the tenant’s place of dwelling. If the tenant cannot be found, the landlord must try serving again at least six (6) hours after the previous service attempt. Again, if the tenant is nowhere to be found, the server may post the notice in a conspicuous place on the property and send a copy by first-class mail addressed to the tenant.

Laws –  SDCL 21-16-2(4)

How to Write

  • The first two steps to complete this form that requires you to enter the information of the tenant and landlord including the landlord’s and tenant’s name and address. (TO being the tenant and FROM being the landlord)
  • Enter the address where the tenant is wrongfully in possession.
  • Include the amount of rent the tenant owes including late fees and all other fees with the total due.
  • Enter the date signed and served.
  • Signature of landlord/owner