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An eviction notice, also known as a “notice to quit”, is sent by a landlord to a tenant specifying violations of the rental agreement, which may include nonpayment of rent or other noncompliance. After receiving the notice, the tenant must either rectify the issue within a certain number of days or be evicted from the property. A curable notice provides a tenant with the ability to resolve the issue upon receipt, while an incurable notice simply requires the tenant to vacate the property within a specified number of days.

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Vermont Eviction Notice: What Is It?

A Vermont eviction notice is only permitted to be utilized by landlords for legal reasons under state law. Vermont's legal causes for eviction notices include failure to pay rent, a violation of the rental or lease agreement, the landlord wants to end a month to month agreement, or the lease or rental agreement expired and the term will not be renewed. For failure to pay rent, a Vermont eviction notice must include a 14-day notice to the tenant to pay or vacate the property.

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