Updated on July 14th, 2021
The Ohio 30-day notice to quit is a notice form that landlords will deliver to tenants who have committed health or safety violations in contravention of § 5321.05(A) and gives them thirty (30) days to fix their violations or quit the premises. Examples of violations that this notice applies to include failure to keep the rental property safe and sanitary, failure to maintain plumbing fixtures, non-compliance with local housing/health/safety codes, and intentionally or negligently damaging the property. If the notice expires and the tenant has not cured their violations or moved out, the landlord can start legal action against them.
Laws – § 5321.11
List of Health and Safety Obligations – § 5321.05(A)(1-8)