Urgent Late Notice - Spanish Version
Want to Get Tough and Demand the Rent Payment ?
The Landlord Protection Agency has translated the Urgent LAte Notice (Strong Version) for landlords who have spanish speaking tenants. In some states, the landlord is required to supply non-english speaking tenants with a copy of the lease in their own language. Wouldn't it be helpful to enforce your lease with your Spanish speaking tenants with the Urgent Late Notice in Spanish?
We have found the Urgent Late Notice to be one of our most effective forms in getting the tenants to pay the rent and the late charge.
This strong version of the Urgent Late Notice includes all of the features included in the regular Urgent Late Notice, only this Strong Version is little more serious because it promises action within a fixed cure period. This form offers the landlord the right to deem the tenancy terminated.
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