Updated on September 24th, 2021
The Alabama 7-day notice to quit for non-compliance is a form sent to a tenant to inform them that they have breached their lease agreement and must either fix the breach or move out within seven (7) business days. This notice to quit covers all violations other than illegal activity and the non-payment of rent; for unpaid rent, the landlord can use the 7-day Notice to Quit for Non-Payment. If the violation committed by the tenant is reparable, the landlord can give the tenant the opportunity to cure the violation. This could include repairing damage, removing prohibited guests or pets, or removing any safety hazards.
Laws – § 35-9A-421
Alabama 7-Day Notice to Quit for Illegal Activity – If the tenant commits certain illegal actions (see § 35-9A-421(d)), this notice may be used to inform the individual that they must vacate within seven (7) days with no option to cure.
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