Updated on July 10th, 2021
The Ohio 30-day notice to quit is a document that landlords can use to give tenants in monthly rental agreements notice that their lease will be terminated in thirty (30) days. Both parties in a month-to-month tenancy have the ability to cancel their agreement without cause as long as they give the other individual at least thirty (30) days’ notice. The notice also informs the tenant that they must return all keys when returning possession to the landlord (or their agent) and that an inspection of the premises must be scheduled before they move out. In the event that the tenant does not quit the premises by the end of the notice period, the landlord can begin legal action to have them evicted.
Laws – § 5321.17(B)