Montana 3 Day Notice of Termination for Substantial Damage to Leased Premise - Residential
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This form is used by the Landlord to notify a residential Tenant of a breach of the lease due to Tenant's infliction of substantial damage to the premises. Residential includes a house or apartment. The specific damage is identified. The Tenant is given 3 days to cure or suffer further action by the Landlord, including termination of the lease. For additional information, see the Law Summary link.
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