Updated on September 22nd, 2021
The Alabama 30-day notice to quit is a form used by landlords and tenants to formally end lease agreements that have no fixed end-date. Also called a “periodic lease,” this type of lease agreement is an automatically-renewing contract that would otherwise extend “indefinitely” if not terminated by either party. To be compliant with Alabama law (§ 35-9A-441), the notice must be given to the other party a minimum of thirty (30) days in advance of the next rental payment. If a tenant who receives this letter does not vacate the premises after the notice period is up, the landlord may file an eviction action against them.
Laws – § 35-9A-441(b)