The (20 Day Notice) Washington Lease Termination Letter provides notice from the property owner that they are ending the renter’s occupancy. The letter follows the Washington State Law and provides 20 days’ notice to the renters to leave the property, and indicates a notice of eviction if the renters do not leave the property by the date stated on the letter.
Washington 20-Day Notice to Quit (Template)
20-Day Notice to Quit: Washington State 20-Day Notice to Quit Form | Letter (Month to Month Tenancy)
Download: Microsoft Word (.docx)
How to Write
Step 1 – Download the letter and enter the names of the renters in the location specified at the top of the page
Step 2 – Indicate the address of the unit or house the landlord requires to be vacated
Step 3 – enter the last day of the rental period. This is the termination date. The letter must provide a minimum of 20 days advance notice. The letter must be delivered, allowing time for the renter to leave the property.
Step 4 – indicate the date the property owner is preparing the letter.
Step 5 – enter the property owner’s signature or their agent, provide the printed name of the agent of the owner, provide the address of the agent or the property owner. The letter must be delivered to the renters at their address. They must be alerted to the existence of the letter immediately.