A Connecticut 15-day notice to quit for non-compliance is issued by a landlord to a tenant who has violated the terms of the lease agreement, excluding cases related to non-payment of rent. This notice serves as a warning, providing the tenant with 15 days to rectify the specified lease violation or vacate the rental property by Connecticut’s landlord-tenant laws.
Typically, this notice outlines the specific lease violation or non-compliance issue that necessitates correction within the given timeframe. Common violations might include unauthorized subletting, excessive noise disturbances, or other breaches outlined in the lease agreement. Failure to remedy the stated violation within the designated period may lead to the initiation of eviction proceedings by the landlord.
Governing Law — C.G.S.A. § 47a-15.
Notice Types – This notice is of two types:
- Curable – Involves issues that tenants can remedy, typically material health/safety code violations, damage to the premises, or non-compliance with the rental agreement and regulations established by the landlord.
- Noncurable – Includes severe violations that tenants cannot rectify, such as conducting illegal activities.