Virginia Methamphetamine Disclosure
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VA Landlords with actual knowledge that a rental unit was used to manufacture meth & wasn’t cleaned up according to state guidelines must disclose this to Tenants.
Document Last Modified: 10/25/2023
Virginia Methamphetamine Disclosure Requirements
Virginia Code Section 55.1-1219 provides that if a Landlord has actual knowledge that a rental unit (1) Was used to manufacture methamphetamine and (2) Has not been cleaned up according to State guidelines established by the Virginia Board of Health, then this information must be disclosed to Tenants.
When applicable, Landlords should use the Virginia Methamphetamine Disclosure to comply with this requirement. We recommend attaching it as an addendum to your Virginia Residential Lease Agreement.
Virginia Rental Forms and Templates
- Virginia 5-Day Notice to Pay or Vacate: This notice is required before a Landlord may initiate eviction proceedings. This is for Tenants that violate the Lease Agreement by not paying rent.
- Virginia 21/30 Day Notice to Cure or Vacate: This form can be used for Tenants that break the Lease for reasons other than nonpayment of rent. It provides details about the Lease violation and notifies Tenant to cure the violation within 21 days or vacate within 30 days.
- Virginia Official Summons for Unlawful Detainer: This is the official summons for unlawful detainer that Virginia Landlords use to initiate an eviction.
- Virginia Landlord-Tenant Act & Handbook: This resource provides Landlords with the complete Virginia Landlord-Tenant Act and outlines all rights of both parties.