A New York 30-day notice to quit (non-compliance) is an official declaration from a landlord to a tenant, indicating the commencement of eviction proceedings due to an incurable lease violation. This document signals the termination of the tenancy, giving the tenant a 30-day period to vacate the property. This notice, when filed in court, may lead to the court issuing a formal 30-day eviction order.
During this timeframe, the tenant is required to prepare for vacating the premises. The lease violations could range from smoking in non-permitted areas, harboring unapproved pets, and causing noise disturbances during prohibited times to failing to maintain cleanliness and proper waste disposal.
Governing Laws: RPAPL § 753(4).