Alabama Notice To Cure

Alabama 14 Day Notice to Tenant to Remedy Breach or Lease Terminates
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Alabama
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AL-1203LT
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Description 14 day notice to remedy

Updated for the 2006 Alabama Residential Landlord & Tenant Act. This 14 Day Notice to Tenant to Remedy Breach or Lease Terminates is used by Landlord to give a residential Tenant notice of Tenant's breach of the lease agreement, for a breach other than non-payment of rent. "Residential" includes apartments, houses, and condos. The form identifies the specific breach and directs the Tenant to remedy the breach within 14 days. The Tenant is informed that his failure to remedy the breach before the deadline may result in Landlord terminating the lease.

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