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Alabama 7 Day Eviction Notice to Quit


Alabama landlords may use this notice for incurable tenant violations such as criminal assault, illegal drugs, discharging of firearm, etc. This is a 2 page PDF document that can be printed and served on a tenant before filing an eviction complaint with the court.

See the Alabama 7 Day Eviction Notice to Cure or Quit for those violations which allow for a tenant to fix them before facing eviction.

This Alabama eviction notice is used when a tenant commits an act in which the law does not require the landlord to grant an opportunity to cure the violation.

This notice terminates the tenancy by informing the tenant of the violation and instructs them to move within seven days. If the tenant fails to move within seven days after receiving this notice, the landlord may file an eviction lawsuit to seek the forcible removal of the tenant.

This notice does not allow the tenant a chance to correct the violation.

Alabama Eviction Laws
Rent Grace Period: None. § 35-9A-161
Non-Payment of Rent: 7 days. § 35-9A-421(b)
Non-Compliance: 7 days. § 35-9A-421(a)
Termination (Month-to-Month Lease): 30 days. § 35-9A-441(b)
Eviction Lawsuit: Unlawful Detainer. § 6-6-310 to § 6-6-353

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