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Other Names: Nevada Notice to Quit Nevada Notice to Vacate Letter Nevada Notice to Pay Rent or Quit Nevada Notice to Cure or Quit Nevada Unconditional Quit Notice Nevada Immediate Notice to Quit Nevada 3-Day Notice to Quit Nevada 5-Day Notice to Quit Nevada 6-Day Notice to Quit Nevada 7-Day Notice to Quit Nevada 10-Day Notice to Quit Nevada 14-Day Notice to Quit Nevada 30-Day Notice to Quit Nevada Eviction Letter
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What is a Nevada Eviction Notice or Notice to Quit?

Generally speaking, Nevada Eviction Notices are created to inform a renter of impending legal action if they continue to owe past-due rent, fail to respect the terms of their signed rental agreement, or do not leave the property as demanded. This essential legal notice may help to get the arrangement back in good standing. That said, in certain cases, there isn't any solution, and going to court is unavoidable. Suitable for all kinds of residential property, this Eviction Notice for Nevada can be used by any property owner with tenants in Reno, Henderson, Las Vegas, and in all other cities and towns within the Silver State.

When to use a Nevada Eviction Notice:

  • Your tenant has failed to pay the rent.
  • Your tenant has violated any provision of the lease or rental agreement.
  • You wish to end a month-to-month tenancy.Please Note:
  • You may never forcibly evict a tenant without going through the formal tenant eviction process.

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PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that you are in default in payment of rent for the above described premises in the sum of , representing rent due for the period from to .


Your failure to pay rent or vacate the premises within FIVE (5) judicial days following the Date of Service of this notice may result in your landlord applying to the Justice Court for an eviction order. If the court determines that you are guilty of an unlawful detainer, the court may issue a summary order for your removal or an order providing for your nonadmittance, directing the sheriff or constable to remove you within twenty-four (24) hours after receipt of the order. Pursuant to NRS 118A.390, you may seek relief if a landlord unlawfully removes you from the premises or excludes you by blocking or attempting to block your entry upon the premises or willfully interrupts or causes or permits the interruption of an essential service required by the rental agreement or chapter 118A of the Nevada Revised Statutes.


YOU ARE HEREBY ADVISED OF YOUR RIGHT TO CONTEST THIS NOTICE by filing an Affidavit (or Answer), no later than noon on the fifth full judicial day following the Date of Service of this notice, with the Justice Court stating that you have tendered payment or are not in default in the payment of rent.






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On _________________________, I served this Notice in the following manner


By delivering a copy to the tenant(s) personally, in the presence of a witness (the server, witness, and tenant must all sign a copy of the notice);



(Date) (Witness' name) (Witness' signature)



(Tenant's signature)




Because the tenant(s) were absent from their place of residence or from their usual place of business, by leaving a copy with ___________________________, a person of suitable age and discretion, at either place and mailing a copy to the tenant(s) at their place of residence or place of business;




Because the place of residence or business could not be ascertained, or a person of suitable age or discretion could not be found there, by posting a copy in a conspicuous place on the property, delivering a copy to a person there residing, if the person could be found, and mailing a copy to the tenant(s) at the place where the property is situated.



I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of Nevada that the foregoing is true and correct.



(Date) (Server's name) (Server's signature)



Nevada Eviction Notice FAQs

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  • Am I legally allowed to evict my tenant(s) for past-due rent in Nevada?

    Normally, yes. You can make a Nevada Eviction Notice (specifically called a 7-Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit) to initiate the process. That said, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, several limitations have been established for tenants who can't pay rent. Despite the fact that the federal ban on eviction has been blocked, the state of Nevada and individual municipalities have the authority to create and enforce their own guidelines for residential evictions. Check out the talk to a lawyer for further insight.

  • Should a landlord use an Eviction Notice in Nevada?

    If you wish to evict a tenant from your Nevada rental property, you are required to always give them a Notice of Eviction. Some of the reasons behind why you might need to use one are:

    • The tenant is behind on rent or they are routinely late
    • The tenant gets a subletter against the rental terms
    • The tenant has caused excessive damage to the unit
    • The tenant harasses or disturbs the quiet enjoyment of the other renters
    • The tenant is using their unit for illegal activity
    • The tenant violates your pet policy

    In addition to violations, renters typically may be evicted by their landlord for reasons that are not related to their personal conduct, such as when the owner wants to move in. Please keep in mind the list above is not totally exhaustive and that the lawfully accepted reasons for evicting a tenant may be different based on your specific city or municipality, among other factors. If you've got any questions or concerns about Nevada eviction laws, ask a lawyer.

  • How should a Nevada Notice to Vacate be structured?

    You can click on the button labeled "Make document" to check out the Nevada Eviction Notice sample. You generally may want to organize the following critical details for a Notice to Vacate in Nevada:

    • The address and description of your property
    • The lessee's contact information
    • Which of the clauses in the lease have not been upheld
    • How many past due rent payments need to be made (if relevant)
    • How long the tenant has to resolve the situation

    In the event that your tenants aren't at fault for the eviction, you are able to provide more details since the news might potentially be unexpected. More personalization is permitted, if necessary. It will be very important to verify that all of the policies and terms that you make note of are present in your lease.

  • How will Nevada eviction laws impact me as a landlord?

    The law can change over time and the actual eviction procedure can be rather nuanced for a first-timer. In certain instances, there may be different notice periods or other requirements based on how long the tenant has occupied the unit and what the reason is for eviction. With that in mind, it's strongly recommended that all landlords speak with a local eviction attorney when drafting a Notice of Eviction to any tenant in Nevada.

  • How do I get a Nevada Eviction Notice form for free?

    Fortunately, you won't need to reinvent the wheel when generating your document. When using the document tools on Rocket Lawyer, any landlord or property manager should feel empowered to create a free Nevada Eviction Notice very easily. Your document is built step by step as you provide more information along the way. This method is, in most cases, much more affordable and convenient than finding and working with a traditional law firm.

  • How much would I typically have to pay to get an attorney's help with evicting a tenant in Nevada?

    If you wish to know what the full cost of an eviction might be, you will need to consider the fees associated with filing court documents, lawyer fees, the value of unrecovered rent payments, storage and cleaning fees, and the time and money you will spend on looking for a new tenant. Fortunately, you don't have to pay hundreds of dollars in fees to produce your Notice of Eviction. Rocket Lawyer isn't your average eviction template website. With our service, any property owner under a Rocket Lawyer Premium membership can take advantage of up to 40% in savings when hiring an attorney.

  • How long does the Nevada eviction process typically take end to end?

    The duration of the eviction process for Nevada renters will generally depend on the notice requirements, as well as the overall volume of cases happening at the same time. Here is a general overview of Nevada notice periods:

    • Past-due rent: 7-day notice
    • Non-compliance with terms: 5-day notice
    • No direct fault: 30-day notice

    After the pre-defined notice period, the actual eviction may still take between 2 weeks and 2 months. It is important to note that with particular kinds of housing, including where the rent is subsidized, the mandated notice period is often even longer.

  • Do I need to work with a lawyer if I am evicting someone in Nevada?

    While you can opt to draft a Notice to Vacate without assistance, many property owners who go to court have an attorney. Locating an attorney to comment on your Nevada Eviction Notice might be costly. An easier and more cost-effective way to get a second pair of eyes on your document is to request help from Rocket Lawyer attorney services. If you sign up for a Premium membership, you can get your documents reviewed or ask specific questions. Whether you create another NV Eviction Notice or other documents for landlords, we are here to support you.

  • Am I required to do anything else after drafting a Notice of Eviction/Notice to Quit in Nevada?

    After making your Nevada Eviction Notice using Rocket Lawyer, you'll be able to retrieve it from your account anytime, on any device. You also may interact with your document by making edits, saving it in Word or PDF format, printing it out, and/or copying it. You must sign and date the notice before it is served on the tenant(s). This Nevada Eviction Notice includes a declaration of service so that you can have a clear record of its delivery. You can choose from a few methods when serving the notice:

    • Send the notice through certified mail
    • Work with a process server
    • Deliver it in person (if done by the landlord, a witness needs to be present)

    It is important to remember that "self-help" or "DIY" evictions are illegal in Nevada. Property owners cannot change the locks, throw out property, turn off utilities and services, or threaten their tenants in any way in an effort to make them move. Acting lawfully leading up to and throughout the eviction proceedings will put you in the best position to remove tenants successfully under a court order.

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