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OKLAHOMA 10-DAY NONPAYMENT NOTICE: LAW AND PROCEDURE UNDER OKLAHOMA LANDLORD/TENANT LAW



10 DAY NOTICE TO QUIT FOR NONPAYMENT
When Service of a 10-day Nonpayment Notice is Required  
Method of Service  
Contents of Nonpayment Notice  
Available download: Oklahoma ten-day notice for nonpayment of rent
  • When a 10-Day Nonpayment Notice is Required:

    If a tenant has a lease period of 3 months or longer, a 10-day notice is required to evict for nonpayment of rent.

    41 Okl.St.Ann. § 6
    § 6. Notice to quit where rent not paid If a tenant, for a period of three (3) months or longer, neglect or refuse to pay rent when due, ten (10) days' notice in writing to quit, shall determine the lease, unless such rent be paid before the expiration of said ten (10) days.

    Available download: Oklahoma ten-day notice for nonpayment of rent

  • Method of Service:

    The Notice should be personally served on the tenant. If the tenant cannot be found, delivery may be made by another person residing at the premises. If another person cannot be fond (after a diligent search), service may be made by posting at the premises, together with registered mail.

    § 9. Service of notice--Termination of tenancy
    The notice to terminate the tenancy required in this chapter may be served on the tenant, or, if he cannot be found, by delivering the same to some person over the age of twelve (12) years, residing on the premises, having first made known to such person the contents thereof; or, if service cannot be made by the use of reasonable diligence on the tenant or on any person over the age of twelve (12) years residing on the premises, the same may be served by posting said notice at some conspicuous place on the building on said premises and if there be no buildings on said premises then said notice shall be posted at some conspicuous place on said premises and if said notice is posted, a copy of said notice shall be mailed to the tenant at his last-known address by registered mail and such notice shall operate to terminate the tenancy at the end of the period after the date of such posting and mailing that it would have been terminated by personal service of such notice on the date of such posting and mailing; provided, that in no event shall such posting and mailing terminate any tenancy within a period of less than ten (10) days from the date of such posting and mailing.

  • Contents of Nonpayment Notice:

    Unless you are an attorney fully familiar with Oklahoma landlord-tenant law, you should not try to draft a nonpayment notice. Instead, a form (such as the nonpayment notice available on the Oklahoma Eviction Forms section of this website, should be used.

    At a minimum, every notice to a tenant should include:

    • Name of Tenant;
    • Address of the Rental Property in Oklahoma;
    • Reason for serving Oklahoma Notice to Quit;
    • Number of days the Tenant has to correct the issue (for nonpayment, 10 days);
    • Date that the Notice is Served.
    • Signature of person serving Notice to Quit

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