Georgia 30 / 60 Day Notice to Quit | Month to Month Tenancy

The Georgia sixty (60) day notice to vacate is a letter that is given to a tenant that their month-to-month rental arrangement has been terminated by the landlord. The tenant has no legal recourse and must move to another residence while paying rent for the remaining time on the property. Otherwise, if the tenant does not leave, the landlord will be able to submit an eviction filing (dispossessory action) and most likely recover rent for the over-stay as well as attorney and court costs.

Laws§ 44-7-7

Tenant’s Termination – If a tenant decides to cancel a month-to-month lease in Georgia they will only have to give thirty (30) days’ notice.