If a tenant commits an “incurable” lease violation in Virginia, their landlord can serve them with a Virginia thirty (30) day notice to quit. This notice is unconditional and gives the tenant thirty (30) days before the termination of their lease. Within the document, the landlord must describe the lease violation (damage to the property, repeated lease violation, etc.) and write the date that the lease will be terminated. If the tenant does not move out at the end of the thirty (30) days, the landlord may sue them in court for possession of the property.
Laws – § 55-248.31(C)