North Dakota 3-Day Notice to Quit | Non-Compliance

North Dakota 3-Day Notice to Quit | Non-Compliance

Last updated October 3rd, 2023

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The North Dakota 3-day notice to quit for non-compliance communicates to a tenant that they have broken the terms of their lease and will be given three (3) days to move out. Examples of lease violations include unreasonable disturbances, unreported pets, unauthorized occupants, damage to the property, and illegal activity. State law does not require that landlords give tenants the opportunity to cure their violations to avoid eviction.

If the tenant has not vacated the premises after the notice period ends, the landlord can begin legal action to have them removed by law enforcement. State law requires that this notice be delivered by someone other than the landlord and that the server must complete an Affidavit of Service by Hand Delivery or Affidavit of Service by Mail.

Laws § 47-32-01(8) and § 47-32-02