Virginia Lease Termination Letter Form | 30-Day Notice

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Updated January 24, 2023

A Virginia Lease Termination Letter Form (30-Day Notice) is a legally binding document that allows a tenant or landlord to provide proper 30-day notice, as is required by most lease agreements, of an intent to end the tenancy. By completing this document tenants and landlords remain in compliance with state laws and this aspect of the terms of the agreement.

Laws –  VA Code Ann. § 55.1-1253(A)

How To Write

Step 1 – Select the box that best describes who you are, landlord or tenant:

  • Check the appropriate box
  • Enter the date that the document is being completed
  • Enter the date in which the agreement will be terminated (must be at least 30 days from the next rental payment date)

Step 2 – Tenant’s Address

  • If the tenant is sending the document, provide an address where your security deposit may be delivered to you

Step 3 – Move Out

  • Tenant and landlord must arrange a walk through inspection at move out
  • Tenant must make arrangements to have the utilities turned off or moved to their new address
  • If the landlord would like to change the utilities changed over into their own name, they landlord must contact the utility companies and make arrangements

Step 4 – Signature – The party sending the notice, must provide

  • Sender’s signature
  • Print Sender’s name