Indiana Eviction Notice Forms

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An Indiana eviction notice form to pay rent is a written document that states a tenant has a certain number of days to pay the rent (10 in Indiana) or to vacate the premises. Additionally, there are other notice forms for other possible grounds for evictions in Indiana.

Read further to learn about what information is required on an eviction notice for it to be valid, legally acceptable ways of delivering notices and types of notices for all possible grounds for evictions.

Information Required for all Indiana Notices

A landlord is expected to provide some basic information on all notices. This information includes:

  • Legal name of the tenant(s)
  • Full address of the rental property
  • The date that the lease agreement was originally signed
  • The reason the notice is being issued
  • The number of days the tenant has to correct the issue or vacate the rental property
  • The landlord’s name and contact information
  • The landlord’s signature
  • A completed certificate of service which must include:
    • The name of the tenant(s)
    • The date the notice was served
    • Information stating how the notice was served
    • The signature of the person providing service

Acceptable Ways of Delivering Notices

In the state of Indiana an eviction notice can be served in a variety of ways. The notice may be provided to the tenant by:

  • Personal delivery to the tenant
  • Leaving the notice with a member of the tenant’s household, who is of suitable age, or an employee, of suitable discretion, with a request that the notice be delivered to the tenant.
  • By first-class mail
  • By posting in a conspicuous place on the rental property

Types of Eviction Notices

Each possible grounds for eviction has its own process and notice requirements.

Eviction Notice for Failure to Pay Rent – 10 Day Notice to Pay or Vacate

In the state of Indiana, a landlord is required to provide his/her tenant with a written 10 Day Notice to Pay or Vacate before proceeding with the eviction process. This must provide the tenant with a minimum of 10 days to pay the rent he/she owes.

Along with the information required on all Indiana eviction notices, the 10 Day Notice to Pay or Vacate must also include:

  • The amount of rent owed
  • A statement indicating that failure to pay the outstanding rent or vacate the rental property may result in the initiation of an unlawful detainer action

Get the downloadable 10 Day Notice to Pay or Vacate template form below (.pdf direct link)

Eviction Notice for Lease Violation – 10 Day Notice to Remedy or Vacate

An Indiana landlord is required to provide his/her tenant with a 10 Day Notice to Remedy or Vacate before proceeding with the eviction process. This notice must allow the tenant 10 days to remedy the violation to the lease when the violation may be corrected.

Along with the information required on all Indiana eviction notices, the 10 Day Notice to Remedy or Vacate must include:

  • A statement about the violation to the lease
  • A statement informing the tenant of how the violation may be remedied
  • A statement indicating that failure to remedy the situation or vacate the rental property may result in the initiation of an unlawful detainer action

Get the downloadable 10 Day Notice to Remedy or Quit template form below (.pdf direct link)

Eviction Notice for Creating Waste – Unconditional Notice to Quit

In the state of Indiana, a landlord may present a tenant with an Unconditional Notice to Quit when the tenant has caused damage to the property.

Along with the information required on all Indiana eviction notices, the Unconditional Notice to Quit must include:

  • A statement indicating how the tenant’s behavior has justified the landlord issuing an Unconditional Notice to Quit
  • A statement indicating that failure to vacate the rental property may result in the initiation of an unlawful detainer action

Get the downloadable Unconditional Notice to Quit template form below (.pdf direct link)

Lease Termination Notice for Tenants at Will – 30 Day Notice to Quit Month to Month

In the state of Indiana, a landlord may terminate a month to month “at-will” tenancy by issuing a written 30 Day Notice to Quit Month to Month eviction notice.

Along with the information required on all Indiana eviction notices, the 30 Day Notice to Quit Month to Month should indicate:

  • The exact date the tenancy will end
  • A statement indicating that failure to vacate the property may result in the initiation of an unlawful detainer action

Get the downloadable 30 Day Notice to Quit template form below (.pdf direct link

Other Indiana Rental Templates & Forms

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