Last Updated: January 30, 2023.

About this Form

This form is a legally-compliant 7-Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit for use in Nevada and satisfies all recent updates to state law. This notice form is appropriate for tenants under a lease for a term. (Tenancies-at-will require a different notice.) This form has been professionally crafted to meet the requirements outlined in Nevada Revised Statutes 40.253(1)(a). This notice serves as the first step in the eviction process, giving the tenant the option to pay all past-due rent, including late fees, within seven (7) judicial days or vacate the premises. The form is provided as standard, unlocked Microsoft Word and form-fillable Adobe PDF documents, reusable, customizable to fit your specific situation, and can be downloaded immediately after purchase.
Serving a 7-Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit in Nevada

According to NRS 40.253(1)(a), a seven (7) day notice must be provided to the tenant for nonpayment of rent, directing the tenant to either pay the overdue rent or vacate the rental property. The notice, known as the "Seven-Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit," must be served by the landlord to the tenant.

After the notice has been served, the landlord cannot reject the tenant's rent payment. When calculating the overdue rent, the landlord should include any late fees accrued by the tenant. However, court costs, collection fees, and attorneys' fees cannot be factored into the total for "rent" (as per NRS 118A.150 and NRS 118A.220(1)c).