The Vermont fourteen (14) day notice to vacate is an eviction notice that is given to a tenant who has committed illegal activity on the premises of a rental property. The landlord must personally serve this notice on the tenant or send it by certified mail. Violent or drug-related activities committed by a tenant are the most common reasons that a landlord will issue this notice. From the date that the notice is served, the tenant will have fourteen (14) days to vacate the property. If the tenant does not move out within this fourteen (14) day period, the landlord can sue them in court for possession of the property.
Laws – § 4467(2)