Delaware Lease Termination Letter Form – 60 Day Notice

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Updated August 08, 2022

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A Delaware Termination Letter Form is a required notice that must be issued to terminate a lease agreement. It is mandatory whenever either the landlord or tenant is ending a month-to-month rental agreement. While a month-to-month tenancy affords flexibility, it will require at least sixty (60) days’ notice is given, and said period shall begin on the first day of the month following the day of actual notice.

Laws – 25 Del.C. § 5106

How to Write

For Landlords:

Step 1 – The first items that need definition will be the party issuing the letter and dates involved. If the issuer is a landlord then in the first paragraph fill out the day month and year of the lease to be terminated. Then enter the day, month, and year of the termination date. Do not fill out the second paragraph of this letter.

Step 2 – Sign your name at the bottom of the letter on the signature line provided. Then, print your name in the space provided below this.

Step 3 – Make sure this notice is issued a full sixty days before the termination date to the tenant.

For Tenants:

Step 1 – Skip the first paragraph. In the second paragraph, enter the day, month, and year of the lease being terminated. Then enter the day, month, and year of the termination date.

Step 2 – In the third paragraph, provide the street address, city, state, and zip code where you may receive your security deposit.

Step 3 – At the bottom of the document, sign your name in the space provided. Below this will be an area where you must print your name.

Step 4 – Make sure this letter has been issued and received at least a full sixty days before the termination date to the landlord.