How Much Notice Does a Landlord Have to Give a Tenant to Move out in Nevada?

This question is about Nevada Landlord Tenant Rights

How Much Notice Does a Landlord Have to Give a Tenant to Move out in Nevada?

Nevada landlords are required to give tenants who have paid rent on time and who have not committed any lease term violations as much notice as a standard length leasing period. In other words, a Nevada tenant is entitled to 30 days of notice when they rent on a monthly basis and 7 days if they rent on a weekly basis.

However, if the move out request is being served in the form of an eviction, a Nevada landlord may significantly shorten that notice period. For example, a tenant who fails to pay rent on time is only entitled to 7 days of advance notice. Meanwhile, a tenant who commits an illegal act may be entitled to 3 or fewer days of notice (based upon the severity of the action).

The information for this answer was found on our Nevada Landlord Tenant Rights answers.