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

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

Last updated October 3rd, 2023

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The North Dakota 3-day notice to quit for non-payment is delivered to tenants who have not paid their rent on time and communicates that they have three (3) days to pay rent or vacate the premises. This notice must be served by a professional process server, County Sheriff, or any adult (eighteen (18) years of age or older) not involved in the case. The server will also need to complete an Affidavit of Service by Hand Delivery or Affidavit of Service by Mail (depending on the method of service).

The tenant will be permitted to continue their current rental agreement if they are able to pay the amount owed within the notice period. If the tenant hasn’t paid rent or left the rental unit when the notice expires, a lawsuit may be filed by the landlord to have them evicted by court order.

Laws § 47-32-01(4) and § 47-32-02