Failure To Pay Rent

Connecticut 3 Day Notice to Quit for Failure to Pay Rent Prior to Eviction - Chance to Cure Not Required - Nonresidential
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This form is used by Landlord in order to terminate a non-residential lease when the Tenant has failed to pay rent when due. Under Connecticut law, Landlord is NOT required to give Tenant a chance to cure within the 3-day notice period, but Landlord may want to offer Tenant a chance to cure, so an optional check-box is added to the form. Landlord should indicate in the appropriate check box whether or not he is allowing Tenant to cure the default in payment.

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