Termination and Eviction in Kentucky
A 14 day unconditional quit notice may only be used for repeating the same material violation of the lease within 6 months of being given a first cure or quit notice.
A 15 day conditional notice to cure or quit must be used for all other lease violations.
Notice to Quit
There are a few different eviction notices that may be used ito file a forcible entry and unlawful detainer case. Choose the one that best describes your needs.
Nonpayment of Rent
A 7 Day Notice to Pay or Quit demands a tenant to pay the outstanding rent within 7 days or move.
Material Lease Violation
A 14 Day Notice to Cure or Quit is to demand a tenant remedy a material violation of their lease or move within 14 days.
Any material violation (other than nonpayment of rent) can be addressed with this Kentucky 14 Day Notice to Pay or Quit. This is a single…