A New York 30-day notice to quit (non-compliance) is a legally binding document that a landlord serves to a tenant when the tenant is alleged to have violated a term of the lease agreement. This notice informs the tenant that they have 30 days to rectify the breach or face possible eviction.
After the landlord presents this notice to the court, the court may issue a 30-day warrant. During this period, the tenant must either correct the violation, which can include actions like smoking in prohibited areas, keeping unauthorized pets, creating noise during restricted hours, or failing to maintain cleanliness and waste management, or they must prepare to vacate the property, as failure to comply will result in eviction.
Governing Laws: RPAPL § 753(4).