A Vermont lease termination letter (60-day notice) is a formal message a landlord sends informing a tenant of the end of a monthly lease. Landlords use this letter when the tenant has lived on the property for less than two years. The tenant has 60 days to vacate the property and find somewhere else to live.
The landlord doesn’t have to provide a reason as long as they issue adequate notice. If the tenant fails to move out, the landlord can have them ejected from the property via an eviction lawsuit.
Governing Law — 9 V.S.A. § 4467(c)(1)(A).