Notice of forfeiture

This is an example of a notice of forfeiture to be used when a landlord forfeits a lease by peaceable re-entry.

A notice should be attached to the premises after a landlord has effected peaceable re-entry.  The notice should be in a place where it will be visible, such as the door or the window.


 

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