A Pennsylvania 10-day notice to quit for non-payment of rent is issued to tenants who fail to pay rent on time, requiring them to either pay the overdue amount or vacate the property within ten days. If the tenant settles the outstanding rent before the notice period ends, they can maintain their tenancy. This notice can be served immediately after the rent due date passes.
Should the tenant neither pay nor leave post-notice period, the landlord can initiate legal eviction proceedings. Unlike some states, Pennsylvania does not offer a grace period for rent payment, allowing landlords to issue this notice immediately following a missed payment.