Default Notice

Default Notice

Definition

Also known as a notice to cure or a notice to cure or quit. A default notice is a statutory prerequisite to eviction proceedings in which a landlord notifies a tenant that the tenant is in default, specifies what the tenant must pay or do in order to avoid eviction, and gives the tenant a certain amount of time in which to either cure the default or quit the premises.

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