Vermont 60/90 Day Notice to Terminate Month-to-Month Tenancy

The Vermont sixty (60) / ninety (90) day notice to terminate is a letter that is given either by a landlord or a tenant to the other party to terminate their lease agreement. State law dictates that, if the tenant has been on the property for under two (2) years, at least (60) days’ notice must be given. If the tenant has resided on the property for two (2) years or more, they must receive ninety (90) days’ notice. The notice must be transferred to the recipient by personal service or certified mail. If the tenant does not move out by the time the notice period has elapsed, the landlord may obtain a court order to evict them.

Laws – § 4467(c)(1)