A Maryland 30-day notice to quit for non-compliance is a legal document that landlords use to inform their tenants of a breach in the rental agreement. The notice states that the landlord intends to regain possession of the property within 30 days.
If the tenant addresses the non-compliance within the specified time frame, they may keep possession of the property and continue their tenancy as usual. However, failure to comply after 30 days will result in the termination of the tenancy and the possibility of eviction.
Please note that the specific requirements for this notice may vary depending on the jurisdiction where the eviction is taking place, so it is important for landlords to verify the procedures of their county with the district court before delivering the notice to a tenant.
Governing Law: MD Code, Real Property, § 8–402.1