Letter - Notice of Breach of Lease

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Date:

To:

RE: Breach of Lease

Dear__________________________:

This notice is in reference to the following described lease:

(Describe lease)

Please be advised that as of _______________________, 20____,
we are holding you in BREACH OF LEASE for the following
reasons:

If this breach of lease is not corrected within_________ days of this
notice, we will take further action to protect our rights, which may
include termination of this lease. This notice is made under all applicable
laws. All of our rights are reserved under this notice.

______________________________
(Signature of Landlord)

By:___________________________
(Name of Landlord)

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