Updated on July 20th, 2021
The Vermont 14-day notice to quit for illegal activity is an eviction notice delivered to a tenant who has committed a criminal or violent act on the premises of a rental property providing them with fourteen (14) days to move out or face an ejectment suit. Any criminal or illegal drug activity, or violent acts that threaten the safety of other residents, the landlord, or any other individual on the property is grounds for automatic lease termination. Once the notice has been served on the tenant, they will not have an opportunity for recourse and must leave before the period ends or face a court order, attorney fees, court costs, and damages sought by the landlord.
Laws – § 4467(b)(2)