A Vermont 14-day notice to quit for non-payment of rent is a message to a tenant who defaults on their rent payment. It informs them they have two weeks to make the payment in full or leave the premises. If the landlord and tenant agree on the tenant making a partial payment over a specific period, the tenant may be able to stay on the property.
If the tenant ignores the notice or fails to comply, the landlord can file an ejectment suit. If the landlord is in the right, they can obtain a court order to remove the tenant from the property.
Governing Law — 9 V.S.A. § 4467(a).
Grace Period for Rent Payment — None.