Prepare notices to serve on your tenant or your landlord with these downloadable Connecticut 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 Connecticut to end a tenancy?
A. Tenants must give as much notice as possible when breaking the lease. Terminating a lease early usually entails an early termination penalty. Often the landlord will keep the security deposit.
The only way the landlord can terminate the lease is by serving an eviction order on the tenant. A landlord does not have to give a specific reason for the eviction.
Q. When is the landlord allowed to increase the rent?
A. Under Connecticut law the landlord cannot raise the rent during the rental term, unless the parties agreed in writing to allow an increase during the term.