The Oregon 6-day notice to quit is served on a tenant who is five (5) days past-due on their rent and gives them six (6) days to pay their landlord or move out. State law requires that the landlord serves the notice in-person or by first-class mail. The landlord can only charge interest if the tenant’s rent is more than four (4) days overdue. If the tenant pays the amount owed before the end of the notice period, they will be permitted to retain their current lease. In the event that the tenant does not pay or move out on time, the landlord will have the right to start an eviction lawsuit against them.
Laws – § 90.394(2)(b)