The Tennessee 14-day notice to quit for non-compliance is a document that indicates to a tenant that they have violated their lease and that they have fourteen (14) days to remedy the breach or their lease will terminate. If the infraction is the second violation within a six (6) month period, or if the breach is not remediable by the cost of repairs, damages, or any other amount due, the notice will indicate that the tenant must pay the amount owed and vacate.
A landlord of a property located within a county governed by the Uniform Residential Landlord and Tenant Act will need to use the 7-Day Notice to Quit for Non-Compliance should the tenant breach the lease agreement twice in a six (6) month period.
7-Day Notice to Quit for Non-Compliance – This notice is served to tenants who have committed a second lease violation and are required to vacate the premises without the option of curing the violation.
30-Day Notice to Quit for Non-Compliance – This form is used to evict a tenant as a result of a lease violation with the option for the tenant to remain on the premises if the landlord allows for the violation to be remedied.