Indiana Unconditional Notice to Quit

The Indiana unconditional notice to quit is an eviction letter used to immediately terminate the tenancy of a renter under the legislation of § 32-31-1-8. There are several situations in which this law is applicable, such as when a month-to-month tenant damages their rental property or if a rental agreement requires a tenant to pay their rent in advance and they fail to do so. The landlord must serve the notice to the tenant and demand that they vacate immediately. If the individual does not comply by moving out, the landlord may seek to lawfully remove the individual by filing an eviction lawsuit in court.

Laws – § 32-31-1-8