Connecticut Notice to Tenant to Remedy Breach (Other than Nonpayment of Rent)
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.
Last Updated: 07-September-2016