The Ohio thirty (30) day notice to quit for a health and safety hazard is used when a tenant has failed to comply with the rental/lease agreement and/or caused a “health and safety hazard” (see citation). The notice gives the tenant thirty (30) days to remedy the violations. If the tenant does not comply with the notice, the landlord can file an eviction lawsuit against them. Depending on the municipality, an additional three (3) day notice for non-compliance may also have to be issued once the thirty (30) day notice period has elapsed. If the County requires a Thirty (30) Day Notice to Remedy to be followed by a Three (3) Day Notice to Quit, use this form instead.
Laws –§ 5321.11