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How to use the 7-Day Pay or Quit Notice to legally protect your income and drive tenants out lawfully and promptly

Stop Losing Money!

You’re a landlord who’s tired of being taken advantage of by your renters. They always seem to pay their rent late or only part of it, and you’re ready to evict them, but you don’t want to go through the hassle and expense of doing it yourself. It can be frustrating when trying to run a business, and your occupants are constantly giving you a hard time. Not only do they cost you money in missed rent payments, but they also take up your valuable time with phone calls and emails.

Get Your Property Back on Track

NMI Evictions can help you get your tenants out quickly and easily with the 7-Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit. This seven-day notice is a legal document that gives them seven days to pay their rent in full or move out of the property. If they don’t comply, we’ll take care of the rest for you so that you can focus on your business.

To Overturn an Eviction Order Given in Justice Court After Going Through the Eviction Process, You May Have to Pay a Filing Fee.

The 7-Day Pay or Quit Notice

This notice to the tenant is the most common notice to use for nonpayment of rent or partial rent. Often considered a landlord’s best friend, this notice is a legal document that forces tenants to either pay their total rent within seven days or move out of your property.

The Process

How Does The Seven Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit Work?

This notice is the most frequent eviction notice in Las Vegas and Clark County’s surrounding areas to start the lawful process of collecting unpaid rent and eventually remove renters from your property. In simple terms, this notice is required when a renter fails to pay their rent on time. It may be used as soon as the next day after payment is due or the day after a grace period allowed within the lease agreement.

1. The tenant hasn't paid

2. Serve them the next business day

3. Get paid or move forward with eviction!

Things You Should Know About the 7-Day Notice

The most straightforward approach to getting your money and taking back your property in Las Vegas is submitting a 7-Day notice to pay rent or quit. However, there are still aspects that can complicate the situation:

  • If a grace period has been scheduled with your tenant or is stated in the rental agreement, you must legally wait until that grace period has expired before posting a notice in the city of Las Vegas.
  • This document must be posted by a licensed process server, constable, or attorney only. According to Nevada law, landlords cannot post these notices themselves effective July 2019.
  • If the tenant sees the 7-Day Pay or Quit and offers full payment of rent, legally, you have to accept the payment and can no longer go forward with the eviction process.
  • Payment must be in-full; otherwise, you can move ahead with evicting them with the next step of the process.

Save Yourself Hours of Headaches, Paperwork & Stress

Let us handle your problem tenant situation so that you can rest easy. We’ll serve your tenant any appropriate notices and manage the entire eviction process from start to finish. The seven-day notice to quit is standard, but it can be complicated to handle on your own if you’re not familiar with current Nevada law.

We’re here to help landlords in Las Vegas, and Clark County’s surrounding areas save themselves time, money, and stress through our convenient legal services through the eviction process. Our experienced staff knows exactly what to do, even for first-time landlords who don’t have any experience evicting renters on their own!

NMI has been serving Clark County for over 30 years! We are a family-owned business that has flourished in the Las Vegas region since 1988. NMI has thrived all these years by exceeding our clients’ expectations and forming long-term partnerships. We provide same-day service and are fully licensed process servers in Las Vegas. We’re invested in your well-being and your property!

Our Frequently Asked Questions

In July 2019, Nevada law was changed to prohibit landlords from posting their notices. This is meant to protect the safety of both parties’ safety; however, this can complicate things if you’re not familiar with local laws.

This notice must be posted by a licensed process server, constable, or attorney only. We can help! NMI has been serving the Las Vegas region since 1988 and is a fully licensed process server in Clark County.

There should be no exceptions when it comes to paying the rent. These 7-Day notices are legally binding, so tenants cannot delay their payment based on what they were told by someone outside of your company or law enforcement.

If the seven days of the notice have passed without payment, you can move forward with eviction proceedings through our legal staff. We provide full-service eviction services in Las Vegas.

It is crucial only to accept full payment of rent. If the tenant pays a partial amount and you receive it, you can’t go forward with eviction proceedings, and you will have to serve a new 7-Day notice. You will have lost your leverage!

Let NMI help you manage your tenants, properties, and complete full-service evictions in Las Vegas. With over 30 years of experience, our team of expert process servers knows what to do to get you the results you want.

A 7-Day notice gives your tenant seven business days to either pay you back in full or move out of the property—it’s that simple! If they don’t comply within that time frame, we will go to the next step in the process, and you can begin damages and possession proceedings.

Our legal professionals are experienced in evicting tenants; we handle everything for you! Some landlords struggle to know where to go or what steps need to be taken after serving their 7-Day notice. With NMI, you don’t have to worry about a thing. We will take care of everything for you from start to finish!

If you have any questions, concerns, or legal matters that need to be dealt with soon, then give us a call today! Give us a call or fill out our contact form, and we will get back to you as quickly as possible! NMI is available 24/7, and we aren’t just a Las Vegas process service company—we have been doing evictions in the area since 1988.

Evictions are never fun for anyone involved! However, they are legally sound ways of getting rid of problem tenants who aren’t pulling their weight.

We handle all forms of evictions for our clients in Las Vegas and Clark County’s surrounding areas. We provide many legal services necessary for evicting problem tenants, including process serving. Eviction proceedings should only be done in a lawful way that protects your case against future complications or appeals while protecting your property from vandalism or theft while vacant.

When you hire NMI to serve the 7-Day notice on your tenants, we will do our best to be discreet. We have over 30 years of experience serving processes in Clark County and take pride in providing excellent results for our clients.

It is illegal to include every reason to evict a renter in one notice. Different tenant situations require separate legal documents and processes by law, and it varies across various regions and can depend on how helpful your local laws are in Nevada.

The 7-Day Pay or Quit only covers unpaid rent. However, suppose additional notices such as noise complaints or pet violations were made after the grace period expired. In that case, you will need to give a different 3-day, 5-day, 7-day, or 30-day notice, depending on the situation.

No matter the situation, NMI is your expert process service company in the Las Vegas area, and we will do what it takes to get you results! We have worked with landlords, property managers, and homeowners for over 30 years to handle every type of eviction possible to help evict problem tenants from properties.

Every situation is different, so no matter why your tenant hasn’t been paying rent or what violations they’ve made, it’s our job to handle the details and make sure you receive remuneration for damages or eviction proceedings!

When you call NMI, we will thoroughly assess your case and recommend how to best deal with your tenant and move forward with the eviction process. We specialize in serving tenants who haven’t been paying rent, causing problems, are involved in illegal activity, violate their lease agreement, or are being especially difficult on their leases.

Unfamiliar with the process?

Give us a call at (702) 368-1999.