The 7 Day Notice with right to cure

There are times when a violation of the lease, or of the Home Owner Association regulations or city, county or state laws are violated. These can include such things as, having the unauthorized occupant, unauthorized pet, excessive noise disturbances or simply having trash cans in the wrong spot. There are many noncompliances that the tenant will engage in, necessitating FPME to serve the Seven Day Notice to Cure. This notice gives the tenant seven days to either start doing something he is supposed to do, or stop doing something he is not supposed to be doing, or else the landlord may have a right to terminate the tenancy and begin an eviction if the tenant fails to vacate.


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