The Oregon thirty (30) day notice to comply or quit is a warning issued by a landlord to a tenant who has violated their lease agreement. The notice gives the tenant thirty (30) days to cure the violation or vacate the rental property. The landlord must specify what violations were committed and provide ample time to fix the situation. A tenant who has committed a similar violation within six (6) months of curing the prior violation, they will only be provided ten (10) days to cure the violation. Tenants living in a manufactured dwelling or floating home in accordance with § 90.505 – 850 are given twenty (20) days to rectify the violation. Failure to comply with the notice gives the landlord the right to file an eviction lawsuit in court.