Maryland 14-Day Notice to Quit | Clear and Imminent Danger

Last updated August 5th, 2021

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The Maryland 14-day notice to quit is an eviction letter that is served on a tenant who poses a clear and imminent danger to the dwelling or any person on the property. The notice to quit informs the tenant that they have fourteen (14) days to vacate the property or else the landlord may take legal action to repossess the premises. Should the tenant continue to occupy the dwelling after the expiration of the fourteen (14) day notice period, the landlord may seek legal restitution by filing an eviction complaint with the district court.

Laws § 8–402.1(a)(1)(i)(2)(B)