Oregon Eviction Notice Forms

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An Oregon eviction notice form to pay rent is a written document that states a tenant has a certain number of days to pay the rent 72 hours or 144 hours in Oregon or to vacate the premises. Additionally, there are other notice forms for other possible grounds for evictions in Oregon. The state of Oregon provides information on the length of time a landlord must provide his/her tenant(s) as well as information on how to proceed with the eviction process

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 Oregon Notices

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

  • The date of the notice
  • The name of the tenant(s)
  • The address of the rental property
  • The printed name and signature of the person issuing the notice
  • Proof of service with:
    • A statement indicating how the notice was provided to the tenant
    • The date the notice was served
    • The signature of the person providing service

Acceptable Ways of Delivering Notices

In the state of Oregon, the landlord may provide his/her tenant(s) with written notice in a variety of ways. A landlord may use a process server or any individual over the age of 18 who is not a party to the case to provide delivery of the eviction notice. The eviction notice may be provided by:

  • Personal delivery to the tenant(s)
  • Posting at the main entrance of the tenant’s part of the property. This may be done so long as a copy of the notice is also mailed to the tenant
  • First class mail delivery. This may be done so long as a copy of the notice is also posted at 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 – 72 Hour Notice to Pay Rent or 144-Hour Notice to Pay Rent

In the state of Oregon, a landlord is required to provide his/her tenant with a written 72-Hour Notice to Pay Rent once the rent is seven days past due before proceeding with the eviction process. However, if the lease so states, the landlord may instead choose to provide his/her tenant with a written 144-Hour Notice to Pay Rent once the rent is five days past due.

Along with information that must be included in all Oregon eviction notices, the 72-Hour Notice to Pay Rent must include:

  • The amount of rent due
  • Accounting of any fees or other payment expected
  • The total amount due to the landlord

Get the downloadable 72 Hour Notice to Pay Rent template form below (.pdf direct link)


Ge the downloadable 144 Hour Notice to Quit for Nonpayment template form below (.pdf direct link)

Eviction Notice for Lease Violation – 30 Day Notice to Cure or Quit

In the state of Oregon, a landlord must provide his/her tenant with a 30 Day Notice to Cure or Quit before proceeding with the eviction process when a term of the lease has been violated. The notice must identify a date, at least 14 days from the delivery date, to have the issue resolved. If a tenant has violated terms of the lease more than once within six months, the landlord may issue a 10-Day Notice to Quit.

Along with information that must be included in all Oregon eviction notices, the 30 Day Notice to Cure or Quit must include:

  • A statement indicating the violation for which the notice is being issued
  • A date upon which the issue must be resolved
  • A minimum of one why in which the issue may be remedied

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

Eviction Notice for Illegal Behavior – 24-Hour Unconditional Notice to Quit

In the state of Oregon a landlord must provide his/her tenant with a 24-Hour Unconditional Notice to Quit:

  • When a tenant, a member or his/her household, or his/her pet threatens to inflict substantial injury to a person on the property.
  • When the tenant makes, distributes, or uses a controlled illegal substance on the property.
  • When a tenant intentionally falsified information regarding criminal activity on the rental application within the past year.
  • When acts of prostitution are provided on the rental premises.

Along with information that must be included in all Oregon eviction notices, the 24-Hour Unconditional Notice to Quit must include:

  • A statement indicating the violation for which the notice is being issued.
  • The exact date upon which the tenant is expected to vacate the property.

Get the downloadable 24 Hour Unconditional Notice to Quit template form below (.pdf direct link)

Lease Termination Notice for Tenants at Will – 30 Day Lease Termination Notice

In the state of Oregon, a landlord must provide his/her month to month at will tenant with a written 30 Day Lease Termination Notice before proceeding with the eviction process.

Along with information that must be included in all Oregon eviction notices, the 30 Day Lease Termination Notice must provide:

  • The exact date upon which the tenant is expected to vacate the property.

Get the downloadable 30 Day Lease Termination template form below (.pdf direct link)