Virginia 21/30 Day Notice to Quit Form | Non-Compliance

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Updated June 28, 2022

A Virginia 21/30 day notice to quit is a form delivered by a landlord to a tenant to notify of a breach of the lease agreement. The violation can be for any material issue other than payment of rent. For the initial twenty (21) days, the tenant is allowed to correct the material noncompliance (such as a repair, too many guests, etc.). If the violation has not been completed within thirty (30) days, then the tenant will be forced to vacate the premises or have a forcible entry and detainer (FED).

LawsVA Code Ann. § 55.1-1245(A)

How to Write

There are two steps involved in successfully delivering the notice which is to enter all information accurately and complete the Certificate of Service.

  • Enter the names of all tenants residing at the premises
  • The locating (address) of the tenant’s premises and include the City, County, State, Street Address, and Zip Code (if one, include the apartment number)
  • Description of the tenant’s violation
  • Date to vacate if the tenant fails to make payment
  • Signature of landlord/agent
  • Complete the Certificate of Service by providing the date notice is served, the person whom served it, the method by which it was delivered, and the signature of the person who delivered it