An Indiana 10-day notice to quit for non-payment, when served by a landlord to a tenant, gives the tenant ten (10) days to pay overdue rent in full or their lease will be terminated. A landlord can deliver this notice to a tenant the day after the rent due date, as Indiana does not require a grace period by law. However, landlords may choose to include a grace period in the lease agreement. After receiving this notice, if the tenant does not pay the landlord within the notice period, the landlord will terminate the lease and can commence an eviction suit against the tenant.
Laws – § 32-31-1-6