Vermont 30 Day Notice to Terminate Lease for Material Breach - Residential
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This form is used by a Landlord to terminate a residential lease (of any length) due to Tenant's material breach of the lease agreement (other than non-payment of rent- for non-payment of rent see form VT-1265LT). The specific breach is identified by Landlord in a blank area in the form, and Landlord is not required by law to allow Tenant to attempt to cure (repair) the breach. Landlord may elect to allow Tenant a chance to cure by checking the appropriate check-box on the form. Material breach is a contract law term which refers to a failure of performance under the contract which is significant enough to give the aggrieved party the right to sue for breach of contract. When there has been a material breach, the aggrieved party is also relieved of a duty of further performance under the contract. However, a minor divergence from the terms of the contract is not a material breach. A material breach is one that is significant enough to destroy the value of the contract.
- View Vermont Notice of Default in Payment of Rent as Warning Prior to Demand to Pay or Terminate for Residential Property
- View Vermont Notice of Breach of Written Lease for Violating Specific Provisions of Lease with No Right to Cure for Residential Property from Landlord to Tenant
- View Vermont Agreed Written Termination of Lease by Landlord and Tenant
- View Vermont Notice of Intent Not to Renew at End of Specified Term from Landlord to Tenant for Residential Property
- View Vermont Notice of Intent to Vacate at End of Specified Lease Term from Tenant to Landlord for Residential Property
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