A Utah 3-day notice to quit for non-payment of rent is a legal document a landlord issues to a tenant to demand they leave the property if they don’t pay overdue rent. The tenant should pay the entire rent amount, including late fees, within three business days. The notice period begins the date after the landlord serves the document.
If the tenant doesn’t pay the full amount and remains on the property, the landlord can initiate an eviction lawsuit. In court, the landlord can pursue the total rent amount owed and attorney fees, court costs, and existing property damages.
Governing Law — UT Code § 78B-6-802(1)(c).
Grace Period for Rent Payment — None.