An Indiana 10-day notice to quit (non-payment) is a document that a landlord issues to a tenant, informing them they’ve missed their rent payment. This document tells the tenant to pay the full amount they owe in rent within 10 days or vacate the property.
Because Indiana doesn’t have any laws that establish a grace period, a landlord can issue a 10-day notice to quit on the day after rent is due. However, a landlord may include a grace period in their lease agreement, so they must abide by any grace period they’ve established. If a tenant doesn’t comply with the established due date for rent, a landlord can continue the eviction process in court.
Laws: IC § 32-31-1-6
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