Pennsylvania 15/30 Day Notice to Quit | NonCompliance

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The Pennsylvania fifteen (15)/ thirty (30) day notice to comply is for a tenant who has broke the terms of their lease agreement. The fifteen (15) days are for those who have lived on the premises for a full year or less and the thirty (30) days is applied by the landlord to those who have been on the property for over a year. The notice period begins upon the tenant’s acceptance and acknowledgment of the form.

If the tenant fails to move out within 15 days (under full year) or 30 days (over full year), then the landlord can file an eviction lawsuit against the tenant.

Laws – Section 250.501

How to Write

As stated in the title, this form is versatile and has the ability to be a 15 or 30 day notice to quit, depending on the length of lease between the landlord and tenant. The notice includes a Certificate of Service, which should be completed when serving the tenant. Enter the following information to complete the form.

  • Names of all tenants located on the premises.
  • Street (including street number), City, County, State, Zip Code, and Apartment # (if any)
  • Date lease agreement was originally signed
  • Check whether this will be a 15 or 30 day notice to quit
  • Description of violation
  • Signature of landlord/agent