New Hampshire Landlord Tenant Eviction / Unlawful Detainer Forms Package
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This package contains the essential state-specific forms a landlord needs to evict a tenant. If you need to get rid of an unwanted tenant, this money-saving package ensures that you follow the rules of your state. Included in this package are the following forms:
New Hampshire Section 540:3 Eviction Notice -
I. If a nonresidential tenant neglects or refuses to pay rent due and in arrears, upon demand, 7 days' notice shall be sufficient; if the rent is payable more frequently than once in 3 months, whether such rent is due or not, a notice equal to the rent period shall be sufficient, and 3 months' notice shall be sufficient in all cases.
II. For all residential tenancies, 30 days' notice shall be sufficient in all cases; provided, however, that 7 days' notice shall be sufficient if the reason for the termination is as set forth in RSA 540:2, II(a), (b), or (d).
III. The eviction notice shall state with specificity the reason for the eviction.
IV. If the eviction notice is based on nonpayment of rent, the notice shall inform the tenant of his or her right, if any, to avoid the eviction by payment of the arrearages and liquidated damages in accordance with RSA 540:9.
V. For the purpose of interpreting or enforcing any lease or rental agreement for residential tenants in effect on July 1, 2006, a notice to quit shall be deemed an eviction notice under this section.
Demand for Rent - This form is used by a landlord to seek overdue rent from a tenant and put the tenant on notice that eviction is may be forthcoming.
Affidavit Of Damages And Statement Of Claim - This form is used by a landlord to bring an eviction lawsuit against a tenant. The arrears owed and amount sought in back rent is attested to in front of a notary.
Civil-Judgment-&-SC-&-LLT-Checklist - This is an official state court form for collecting money from a tenant after an eviction lawsuit is won by the landlord.
Landlord and Tenant Checklist - This is an instructive guide by the state court system that explains the requirements and fees involved in filing an eviction lawsuit.
Landlord and Tenant 540-A Checklist - This is an instructive guide by the state court system that explains the requirements and fees involved in filing an eviction lawsuit. A landlord or a tenant may file a 540-A petition to stop an action by the other that threatens to cause the petitioner immediate harm. Specific prohibited acts are found in RSA 540-A:3. Generally speaking, it is meant to prevent the landlord from interfering with the tenant’s right to quiet enjoyment of the tenancy or to prevent the tenant from circumventing a lawful eviction. Common reasons for filing include the landlord turning off the tenant’s utilities or entering the premises without prior consent, or the tenant refusing to allow the landlord entry or damaging the landlord’s property. The return of a security deposit is not a valid basis for filing and should be handled through a small claim The petition should be filed in the court that has jurisdiction over the city or town where the property is located.
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