This Lease Agreement is legally binding in Ohio according to your state's specific rules and regulations.
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An Ohio eviction notice can only be issued for legal cause. The legal causes in the State of Ohio include failure to pay rent, the end of a lease or rental agreement, material violation of the lease or rental agreement, violation of health or safety codes by the tenant, a drug offense, and denying the landlord entry to the property after reasonable notice of at least 24 hours is given. An Ohio eviction notice will need to include either a 3 day or 30-day notice depending on the reason for the eviction. Lease violations as well as the end of a lease or rental agreement require 30 days. Failure to pay rent requires a 3-day notice.