A South Dakota immediate notice to quit for non-compliance is a written message a landlord issues to a tenant informing them they’ve violated the lease for something other than non-payment. South Dakota doesn’t mandate landlords to let tenants fix the issue within a certain period before demanding they leave.
Instead, they can simply issue an immediate notice to vacate. However, if the tenant has otherwise been compliant, a landlord can choose to give them time to rectify the issue.
Governing Law — SD Codified Laws § 43-32-18.
Notice Types — A landlord can issue one of two notice types:
- Curable: A curable notice details issues a tenant can fix within a reasonable time.
- Noncurable: A noncurable notice states a cause for eviction that a tenant can’t fix or one a landlord won’t allow the tenant to remedy.