The Maryland 30-day notice to quit notifies a tenant that an eviction lawsuit may be filed against them unless they correct a lease violation or vacate within thirty (30) days. The notice shall state the specific violations and indicate whether the tenant can avoid eviction by taking efforts to remedy the matter. Upon receipt of the notice, the tenant will have thirty (30) days to adhere to the landlord’s conditions. Failure to comply after thirty (30) days will permit the landlord to terminate the tenancy and file for eviction.
Note: Notice requirements may vary slightly depending on the jurisdiction where the eviction is taking place. Before delivering the notice to the tenant, the landlord should contact the district court to verify the procedures of their county.
Laws – § 8–402.1(a)(1)(i)(2)(A)