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Kentucky 14 Day Notice to Cure or Quit


Any material violation (other than nonpayment of rent) can be addressed with this Kentucky 14 Day Notice to Pay or Quit. This is a single page PDF document.

See the Kentucky 7 Day Notice to Pay or Quit for delinquent rent.

If a tenant violates their tenancy (other than for nonpayment of rent) this Kentucky 14 Day Notice to Pay or Quit may be used to demand the violation be corrected. If the tenant fails to meet the cure the problem or move by the 15th day, the landlord may file an eviction lawsuit.

What Does Kentucky Law Say?

383.660 (1) if there is a material noncompliance by the tenant with the rental agreement or a material noncompliance with KRS 383.605 or 383.610, the landlord may deliver a written notice to the tenant specifying the acts and omissions constituting the breach and that the rental agreement will terminate upon a date not less than fourteen (14) days after receipt of the notice. If the breach is not remedied in fifteen (15) days, the rental agreement shall terminate as provided in the notice subject to the following. If the breach is remediable by repairs or the payment of damages or otherwise and the tenant adequately remedies the breach before the date specified in the notice, the rental agreement shall not terminate. If substantially the same act or omission which constituted a prior noncompliance of which notice was given recurs within six (6) months, the landlord may terminate the rental agreement upon at least fourteen (14) days’ written notice specifying the breach and the date of termination of the rental agreement.

How to Fill Out

Step 1 – Provide the name(s) the tenant(s).

Step 2 – Enter the rental property address.

Step 3 – Detail the violations committed by the tenant.

Step 4 – Sign and date.

Step 5 – Serve the tenant with the notice and complete the record of service section stating who, how and when the tenant was served.

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