An Indiana notice to quit (non-compliance) is a document a landlord can use to inform the tenant that they’re violating an aspect of the lease that doesn’t relate to rent payments. For example, a notice to quit for non-compliance may ask a tenant to refrain from using the property’s electrical system in an unreasonable manner.
Upon receiving this kind of notice, a tenant knows to fix (or “cure”) the violation or move out. In Indiana, a landlord has to give the tenant a reasonable amount of time to address the problem before they can proceed with the eviction process in court.
Review our Indiana notice to quit (non-compliance) so you can ensure a tenant obeys your lease agreement. Download it as a PDF or Word file below: