The Vermont twenty-one (21) day notice to terminate is a legal document that is used to terminate a week-to-week rental agreement. The notice to terminate is most often served on a tenant by a landlord. However, it may also be used by a tenant who wishes to end their weekly tenancy. When a landlord or tenant terminates a week-to-week lease agreement, the other party must be given at least twenty-one (21) days’ notice. Furthermore, the notice must be served in person or by certified mail. If the tenant does not move off the rental property within the given notice period, the landlord can file an eviction action against them in court.
Laws – § 4467(c)(2)