Ohio 30-Day Notice to Quit Form | Health & Safety Hazard

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Updated June 01, 2022

An Ohio 30-Day Notice to Quit (Health or Safety Violation) is a form used when a tenant materially affects the health and safety within the premises to cause harm to themselves or other tenants. The notice must specify the acts and omissions that implicate the noncompliance and that the rental agreement will terminate not less than 30 days from delivery of notice if the tenant fails to remedy the violation(s).

LawsR.C. § 5321.11

How to Write

Before serving this notice to a tenant, be sure to fill in all blank fields and give a signature.

Step 1 – On the first line, enter the names of all tenants on the lease agreement.

Step 2 – In the following paragraph enter the tenant’s address including the city and county and if the property has an official name. Give a description, be as detailed as possible, of the violation and how it can be fixed.

Step 3 – Enter the number of days the tenant has to cure the violation. (The number of days cannot be less than 30 days.

Step 4 – To complete the notice, enter the following information:

  • Landlord’s signature and printed name
  • Landlord’s address and phone number
  • Date signed and served