A termination notice is something in writing from your landlord that says they want you to move out by a certain date. A termination notice doesn't come from the court. It could be a handwritten note or a form signed by your landlord, and must follow certain rules. If you don't move by the move-out date in the notice, your landlord can use the notice to start an eviction court case against you.
Learn About Termination NoticesFind out what a termination notice is, what your options are when you get one, and what can happen if you don't move out by the date in the notice.
How To Check if Your Landlord’s Termination Notice Is LegalFind out if your landlord's termination notice is legal and what you can do if it's not.
Types of Termination NoticesLearn about the three types of termination notices in Oregon: (1) For Cause, (2) No Cause, and (3) Landlord Cause.
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