Has your tenant breached the rental agreement? Serve them with this Connecticut Notice to Tenant to Remedy Breach form.
- This form should not be used for non-payment of rent.
- The Notice requires the tenant to remedy the breach within 15 days from receipt of the notice.
- If the tenant does not remedy the breach within 15 days, the rental agreement terminates and the tenant will be served with a Notice to Quit and will be required to vacate the premises.
- A Service of Notice form is included to record the details of how the Notice was served on the tenant.
- Fully editable, use as often as you need to.
This Connecticut Notice to Tenant to Remedy Breach (Other than Nonpayment of Rent) is available as a MS Word document.