A Pennsylvania notice to quit for non-compliance is a formal written warning for tenants who have breached their lease terms. For leases of a year or less, tenants receive a 15-day notice to remedy the breach or vacate the property. Leases exceeding a year require a 30-day notice. This notice specifies the violated lease terms, explains the infringement, and demands correction or property vacation.
If the tenant fails to resolve the issue or leaves by the notice’s expiry, the landlord can initiate eviction proceedings. The notice period varies based on lease duration under state law, ensuring landlords can enforce lease terms effectively.
Governing Law: 68 PS § 250.501(b)