A West Virginia immediate notice to quit for non-payment of rent is a legal record detailing a tenant’s overdue rent and demanding they pay it or leave the property. In West Virginia, a landlord can dictate the period a tenant has to pay. They can also demand the tenant to immediately quit the property if they don’t wish to wait for the tenant to make the payment.
The notice should include a clause stating the tenant has five days to submit a defense to the petition. It should also include the name of the owner who has the right to repossess the rental property, a property description, and the amount of rent that’s overdue.
Governing Law — Code of WV § 55-3A-1.
Grace Period for Rent Payment — None.