Employee Termination Notice






The Termination clause mentioned in the rental agreement is very important.
The tenant as well as the owner is legally bound to what is mentioned in the clause. In general, a landlord to terminate the rental agreement if the tenant:

  • Fails to pay rent;
  • Violates a clause in the lease or rental agreement;
  • Violates a responsibility imposed by law.

When terminating a rental agreement, the landlord must send the tenant a notice of termination. Termination notices usually order the tenant to do one of the following:

  • Pay Rent or Quit -The tenant must pay rent within a set period of time or vacate the rental unit.
  • Cure or Quit -The tenant must correct a violation rental agreement within a stipulated time period.
  • Unconditional Quit -The tenant must vacate the premises without the opportunity to cure the violation or pay the rent.

If the tenant continues to remain in the rental unit even after receiving a termination notice, the landlord may file an eviction law suit.



Employer uses to notify an employee as to the end of their employment contract. More broadly, it may also refer to the formal notification of the end of a contract between two or more parties. While a notice of termination usually is provided to an employee for reasons unrelated to his or her job performance
When terminating employment you must give an employee: At least one week's notice if they've been with you continuously for less than two years. At least one week's notice for each year of continuous service, if they've been with you continuously for between two and 12 years.
A termination letter notifies an employee that he or she has been fired, lists the next steps they need to take and explains the benefits or compensation they are due to receive.
  • The date the termination is effective from.
  • The reason(s) for termination.
  • An explanation of their compensation (if any) and what will happen to their benefits.
  • A list of company property to be returned (if any).
  • A reminder of the agreements the employee has signed (if applicable).
  • The contact details of an HR representative.


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