A West Virginia immediate notice to quit for non-compliance is a written message detailing a tenant’s breach of their lease. A landlord uses this document to alert the tenant that they plan to evict them if they don’t correct the breach or leave the property immediately.
Unlike most states, West Virginia doesn’t require landlords to give tenants a warning. Alternatively, a landlord can proceed with the eviction process as soon as they find out about the offense. Most landlords will still issue a notice to quit, though, as it’s a courteous act toward the tenant and can save both parties time and resources.
Governing Law — WV Code § § 55-3A-1.