Sample Letter to Tenant
Do Right Landscaping
City, State, Zip
December 8, 2005
111 Tool Trail
City, State, Zip
Dear Mr. Tenant,
I am writing to explain the problem that is occurring at the store you lease from me, 111 Tool Trail.
On the morning of Tuesday, December 6, I came by the store and saw that garbage was overflowing your bins and was strewn across the alley and sidewalk. I had received complaints from the neighbors that you have not had the garbage collected in almost a month. They also told me that, because of the garbage, foot traffic has also dropped significantly, and is starting to impact their businesses.
I called your offices at approximately 8:30 a.m. on December 6 to inform you of the problem. You answered the phone and said that you would remove the garbage that day. On the morning of December 7, I went by the store again, and found that the garbage had not been removed. I then called again at about 11:00 a.m., once again spoke with you, and again you agreed to remove the garbage that day. I made another trip the morning of December 8, and still saw garbage. I then called you for the third time at 10:30 p.m. Once again you answered and assured me that you would remove the garbage that very same day. As of today, Thursday, December 9, the garbage is still overflowing the bin into the alley and street.
Paragraph 9 of your lease states that it is the tenantís responsibility to have garbage collected on at least a weekly basis and to ensure that the alley and street are kept free of debris. While I understand that it can take time to arrange for new garbage service, you did however promise to have the garbage removed the day(s) that I called. Three days to do so is certainly enough. I have most recently been told by the neighbors that they have offered to help you and that you refused.
I request that you have the garbage removed immediately. If it is not removed within two days, I will have the garbage collected myself and have the company bill you directly. If you continue in this breach of your lease, I may choose to terminate the lease and have you evicted and to sue you for damages, including the remainder of your lease.
I truly hope that these steps will not be necessary. Please complete the garbage immediately as required by the lease.
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