The Georgia notice to comply or quit is a letter that is sent to a tenant to inform of a breach against their lease agreement. This may be used for any violation that does not relate to the late payment of rent. Under Georgia law, a landlord may go directly to an eviction filing before informing the tenant. Although, it would look unreasonable to a judge unless the tenant conducted a serious violation.
Laws – There are no State statutes regarding a breach of a lease in Georgia. Therefore, it is best to work any issues between the landlord and tenant as both will be liable to the orders given by a judge if it were to go to court.
Non-Payment of Rent – Use if the tenant is in violation of their lease due to late payment.