Vermont 14-Day Notice to Quit Form | Non-Payment

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Updated June 28, 2022

A Vermont fourteen (14) day notice to quit is a form delivered to a tenant when rent was not paid on the due date. Within the notice, it explains to the tenant that they will have 14 days after the date delivered to remedy the debt or be terminated from their rental agreement. The lease agreement shall not terminate if the tenant tenders the amount due for the time period in which it was due. Any acceptance of partial payment by the landlord will not allow the tenant off the hook which means the full amount, even if partially paid, must be made before the 14 days expire.

If the tenant decides to remain on the premises after the 14 days have expired, the landlord may file for an eviction lawsuit. Both parties will be able to argue their sides in court. If the landlord wins the case, a law enforcement officer will then, with a court order, perform the eviction.

Laws9 V.S.A. § 4467

How to Write

Complete the 14-day notice by entering the information needed in the blank fields below. Upon delivering the notice, fill out the Proof of Delivery form which shows that the notice is properly served to the tenant.

  • Name of the tenant (if more than one tenant presides, include their name(s)
  • Name of landlord
  • Address of the premises leased to the tenant
  • Enter the date in which the original lease agreement was signed
  • Amount of rent owed for the specified time period, late charges, and the total amount owed
  • Check how payment shall be made (cash, money order, cashier’s/certified check, personal check)
  • Date and time, within 14 days, when the notice will expire
  • Contact phone number
  • Date signed
  • Landlord’s signature