A Notice to Quit is a document delivered by the landlord to the tenant notifying the tenant in writing he or she must move out of the property by a certain deadline. Once your lease ends, you have to decide whether you would like to move out, continue renting on a month-by-month basis (depending on your agreement and state law), or sign a new lease. While the landlord may choose to end your lease or raise your rent moving forward, state laws generally require a 30-day or 60-day notice before the tenant must vacate the premises. In most states, tenants who stay in their rental beyond the end of a lease without signing a new one are automatically shifted to a month-by-month rental basis. A Notice of Lease Violation is a form that the landlord can use when the renter has broken a term in the lease. The landlord gives the tenant the option to either amend the violation or to leave the property or home. Sending – It is highly recommended the landlord send by certified mail return receipt or hand-deliver to the tenant in order to have proof of their acceptance. Our support agents are standing by to assist you. Please be aware that our agents are not licensed attorneys and cannot address legal questions.