Updated on July 27th, 2021
The West Virginia 1-month notice to quit is an eviction notice that is delivered to a party in a month-to-month periodic rental agreement (landlord or tenant) that indicates that the other party intends to terminate the tenancy in one rental period (a month). This is the only mandatory eviction notice in West Virginia, and a landlord may not attempt to evict a tenant without providing sufficient notice of at least this amount of time. An attempt to evict without notice will usually result in the case being dismissed in court.
Laws – § 37-6-5