The New Hampshire Eviction Notice is a document that is provided by the state Judicial Branch that enables landlords to give notice to tenants that their lease is being terminated. The number of days that the tenant has to comply with the notice will be either three (3), seven (7), or thirty (30), depending on the reason for the eviction. For lease violations and unpaid rent, the tenant is able to avoid eviction by curing violations or paying outstanding debts to the landlord within the stated time limit.
A Demand for Rent form must also be served on the tenant when a notice for non-payment of rent is served. If the tenant does not move out, pay unpaid rent, or cure their violations on-time, the landlord may file an eviction action to have them removed by court order.