Updated on August 29th, 2022
An Indiana notice to quit for non-compliance allows a landlord to notify a tenant that they have violated their lease agreement and must cure the violation or pay for damages in order to remain on the property. No specific notice period is provided in state statutes; however, the landlord must give the tenant a “reasonable” amount of time to cure the violation. After the notice period has ended, the landlord may terminate the lease between the parties if the tenant did not adhere to the demands of the notice to quit. In addition, the landlord may commence an eviction suit against the tenant if the tenant does not vacate the premises.
Laws – § 32-31-7-7
Tenant’s Obligations – § 32-31-7-5