Pennsylvania 15 Day Notice to Quit -Breach of Lease

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Use this notice for leases that are 1 year or less and/or for an undefined term; where a tenant has violated a lease for reasons other than non-payment of rent.

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Giving notice is the first step in the eviction process. In Pennsylvania, a 15 Day Notice to Quit is required for leases that are 1 year or less and/or an indeterminate amount of time; where a tenant has violated a lease for reason(s) other than non-payment of rent.

Who: This notice is used for a tenant who has violated the lease for reasons other then non-payment of rent.

What: The 15 Day Notice to Quit gives the tenant 15 days to either vacate or face eviction proceedings.

When: Use this notice 15 days before filing in the appropriate court for eviction.

Important: Regulations are different for mobile homes.

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