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Not disturb, or allow your guests to disturb, your neighbors. Not allow controlled substances (such as drugs) to be present on the property. Allow your landlord reasonable access (upon 24 hours notice) to the premises to inspect, make repairs or show the property to prospective buyers or renters.
For month-to-month leases (see the Ohio rental agreement for tenancies at will) most states will require at least a 30 Day Notice to Vacate. The Ohio Notice to Vacate could be given in the form of a 30 Day Notice to Vacate, 60 Day Notice to Vacate, or a 90 Day Notice to Vacate, depending on the circumstances.
Generally (with a few notable exceptions, below), landlords and tenants do not have to give a reason for choosing not to renew a lease.
In any case other than an emergency, the landlord must notify the tenant at least 24 hours before entry, and may only enter the unit at a reasonable time. Although Ohio landlord-tenant law requires at least 24-hour notice, most landlords in Ohio provide tenants 48 hours notice before entry.
At the end of a fixed term tenancy, landlords dont need a reason to evict tenants as long as theyve given tenants the correct notice, they can apply to a court for a possession order.
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Your landlord only needs to give reasonable notice to quit. Usually this means the length of the rental payment period so if you pay rent monthly, youll get one months notice.
In Ohio, landlords cannot evict a tenant or force them to vacate the property without probable cause. As long as the tenant does not violate any rules, they can stay until their rental period ends.
The law in Ohio forbids a landlord from evicting a tenant in any way except through the court system. The landlord must successfully win an eviction lawsuit before a tenant can be evicted.
Not disturb, or allow your guests to disturb, your neighbors. Not allow controlled substances (such as drugs) to be present on the property. Allow your landlord reasonable access (upon 24 hours notice) to the premises to inspect, make repairs or show the property to prospective buyers or renters.
Notice Requirements for Ohio Landlords A landlord can simply give you a written notice to move, allowing you 30 days as required by Ohio law and specifying the date on which your tenancy will end.

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