Rhode Island 30 Day Notice to Quit | Month to Month Tenancy

The Rhode Island thirty day (30) day notice to quit is an eviction letter used by a landlord to terminate a month-to-month lease or rental contract. Rhode Island landlord-tenant law states that the notice must be mailed to the tenant thirty (30) or more days before the intended termination date. The tenant will be expected to vacate the property and remove their personal property on or before the date following the end of their current rental term. If the individual does not comply with these terms, the landlord may seek to evict the tenant by filing a formal complaint with the district court.

Laws – § 34-18-37(b)