This Lease Agreement is legally binding in Montana according to your state's specific rules and regulations.
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In Montana, an eviction notice must be in writing. If you give the tenant a notice that they violated the lease or rental agreement and they violate it again within six months by breaking the agreement again in the same way, you can issue an eviction notice. A Montana eviction notice must include the violation that occurred, the date of the first notice of violation within the previous six months, and a five-day notice to leave the premises.