The fourteen (14) day notice to quit is a document that gives a tenant the option to comply with a violation against their lease, usually paying rent late, or leave the property with all their possessions. If the decide to leave, they will be liable for the amount not paid along with any other obligations in their rental contract with the landlord. Although, if the tenant corrects the violation their lease will be back in compliance as if the infraction never happened. Nevertheless, some States have conditions that if the tenant violates their lease more than once in a certain time period the landlord has the option to terminate the agreement.
Notice By State
The following States allow a fourteen (14) day notice to quit for certain violations to their lease contract: