10-Day Notice to Comply or Vacate

A “10-day” notice to comply or vacate should be served when a landlord demands the tenant comply with the terms of the lease other than payment of rent.  Payment of rent should not be demanded on the notice to comply or vacate.

Some of breaches of the lease cited on the 10-day notice to comply or vacate include unauthorized pets, unauthorized occupants, failure to pay utilities, and failure to pay deposits.

For commercial properties use the general comply or vacate form.  For residential properties, use the general form unless the rental property is located in Seattle or Tacoma.

Also see our instructions on serving eviction notices.

 

For use in Washington outside Seattle or Tacoma-

Notice to Comply or Vacate (“Ten-day Notice”)

For use for residential properties in Seattle –

Notice to Comply or Vacate (“Ten-day Notice”) Seattle

For use for residential properties in Tacoma –

Notice to Comply or Vacate (“Ten-day Notice”) – Tacoma