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    Alabama

    Prepare notices to serve on your tenant or your landlord with these downloadable template Alabama Landlord and Tenant Notice Forms.

    • All Notice Forms include a Record of Service so you can record how the Notice was served on the other party.
    • These easy-to-use forms can be used by tenants, landlords and rental property managers.
    • Downloadable, fill-in-the-blanks, printable templates that can be used over and over.

    Q. How much notice is required in Alabama to end a tenancy?

    A. Either the landlord or the tenant can end a monthly tenancy by giving 30 days' notice to the other. The notice should be in writing, dated and signed.

    Q. What if my tenant hasn't paid the rent? Do I have to wait 30 days to evict?

    A. If the tenant has defaulted under the lease, the landlord can give notice demanding that the tenant move within 7 days if the default isn't cured. For instance, the tenant has the right to pay the lease or cure the default before the 7-day period is over. If the default isn't cured, the landlord then has the right to file eviction proceedings in court.

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