The Kentucky fourteen (14) day notice to comply or quit is to be served to tenants that have breached the lease agreement (i.e., committed a lease violation). The landlord shall state within the notice the exact breach which must be remedied. If the tenant does not cure the violation by the fourteenth (14th) day after receiving notice, the tenancy shall be terminated, and the landlord will have the right file an eviction lawsuit (known as a Forcible Detainer) with the district court.
Note: Use of this document is exclusive to counties that have adopted the Uniform Residential Landlord and Tenant Act (URLTA county list). Landlords in non-URLTA counties must reference the lease provisions when terminating a tenancy, or if there are no such provisions or if there is no written lease, the landlord must serve the tenant with a 1-Month Notice to Quit.
Laws – § 383.660(1)