A Utah 3-day notice to quit for non-compliance is a legal document attempting to correct a tenant’s breach of their lease agreement. The landlord issues it to the tenant and may give them three days to fix the issue, depending on the severity of the breach. If the tenant doesn’t address the violation in three days, they must move out.
A tenant should take this notice seriously and abide by the provided timeframe to continue living on the property and avoid legal charges.
Governing Law — UT Code § 78B-6-802(1)(h).
Notice Types — There are two notice types in Utah:
- Curable: A curable offense is correctable, but a tenant should address it timely to avoid eviction. A curable violation may include parking in an unauthorized spot or having a disallowed pet on the property.
- Noncurable: While a landlord can allow a tenant to correct a violation, they may deem some offenses as noncurable. In this case, the tenant won’t be able to remedy the breach. Instead, they must move out within three days.