If you have a tenant that is violating your lease agreement, use an Indiana (IN) Notice to Quit for Non-Compliance to let them know that they must fix (or “cure”) the violation, or move out. In Indiana, a landlord is required to give the tenant a reasonable amount of time to fix the problem before the eviction process can proceed in court.
Relevant Laws: Indiana Code § 32-31-7-7
Indiana Notice to Quit FAQs
How much time do I need to give to my tenant to comply?
You must give a normal tenant a reasonable amount of time to comply with your lease agreement.
Do I have to give my tenant time to comply?
You don’t have to give your tenant time to comply if they are an at-will tenant, and they’ve been damaging your property. In fact, you don’t need to serve notice at all.