Indiana 30 Day Notice to Quit | Month to Month Tenancy

The Indiana thirty (30) day notice to quit is used to terminate a month-to-month, or “at will,” rental agreement. A landlord may use the notice to inform a tenant that their possession of a dwelling will expire exactly one (1) month after the notice is received. The landlord need not state the cause of the eviction. However, the landlord must be sure that they do not evict for any discriminatory reasons. If a tenant wishes to cancel their tenancy, they must provide the letter to their landlord with one (1) month’s notice before moving out. In the event that a tenant continues to occupy a dwelling past the notice period of one (1) month, the landlord can seek to evict the tenant by filing an eviction complaint at a local small claims court.

Laws§ 32-31-1-1