Updated on September 23rd, 2021
The Nevada 3-day notice to quit is served on tenants who have committed a severe violation of their lease or illegal actions on the premises. In such an event, the tenant is given three (3) days to leave their rental unit with no opportunity to cure their lease violations. Once the notice has been served, if the tenant doesn’t move out after three (3) days, the landlord will be able to start an eviction action against them in court to have them removed.
Laws – NRS 40.2514
- Suffering, permitting or maintaining a nuisance in or around the rental premises;
- Assigning or subleasing the rental premises in contravention of the lease agreement;
- Committing or permitting waste on or in the rental premises;
- Setting up or carrying on an unlawful business on the rental premises;
- Violating any of the controlled substance laws contained in NRS 453.011 to 453.552, except NRS 453.336, in or on the rental premises.
5-Day Notice to Quit for Non-Compliance – For lease violations not listed above, the tenant must be given five (5) days’ notice before their lease is terminated and, unless the landlord has the right not to permit it, the tenant will be given the opportunity to cure their violation and retain their lease.