A Nevada 5-day notice to quit (non-compliance) is a document issued to tenants who breach rental agreement terms, giving them five days to vacate. This is typically in response to a tenant’s failure to pay overdue rent, address lease violations, leave a property beyond their lease term, or move out following a lease termination or quit notice.
The tenant has five days post-notice to rectify these breaches or face eviction. The notice must detail the specific violations, including their location, date, and time. Tenants aged 60 or over, or those with physical or mental disabilities, can request an additional 30 days’ occupancy after submitting a written request, provided they have not resolved the violation or vacated the property after the initial five-day period.
The notice also provides tenants the opportunity to challenge the eviction by filing an “answer” with the court within five judicial days, not including the date of service, weekends, and legal holidays. If the tenant neither complies nor contests within this period, the court may issue an eviction order, followed by physical removal by law enforcement within 24 hours of the order.