notice to quit

noun phrase

: a formal warning to someone that he or she will have to leave (leased premises)
The landlord gave the tenants notice to quit (the premises).

Examples of notice to quit in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Basic Housing Assistance provides one-time financial help for people who have received an eviction notice, called a notice to quit. Claire Stremple, Anchorage Daily News, 27 July 2023 Murphy contended that the family had never been served with an eviction order, only a notice to quit. Lindsay Crudele,, 29 June 2023 The Park Service ordered the Del Deo family to vacate the dune shack following a spring notice to quit. Lindsay Crudele,, 29 June 2023

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“Notice to quit.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 30 Nov. 2023.

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