Vermont 14-Day Notice to Quit Form | Criminal Activity

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Updated June 28, 2022

A Vermont 14-day notice to quit (criminal activity) is a document that a landlord presents to a tenant in the event of suspected criminal activity, illegal drug activity, or acts of violence that threaten the health and well being of other tenants (residents) and that make the tenant eligible for eviction. The landlord must serve this notice to the tenant which needs to include the date on which the tenancy will terminate and that can be no less than 14 days from the date of actual notice.

Laws9 V.S.A. § 4467(b)(2)

How to Write

The notice to quit end when you see Proof of Delivery, as the Proof of Delivery form is used as evidence that the notice is in fact delivered to the tenant. Complete the notice to quit with the following information in their respective fields:

  • Name of tenant(s)
  • Name of Landlord
  • Address leased to the tenant
  • The original date of the lease signed
  • A detailed description of tenant’s illegal act
  • The date in which the tenant must vacate the property (can’t be less than 14 days of notice)
  • Landlord’s contact telephone number
  • Date signed
  • Signature of Landlord or authorized individual