Landlord Tenant – Lease Termination – Virginia
§ 55-248.46. Termination of tenancy.
A. Either party may terminate a rental agreement which is for a term of sixty days or more by giving written notice to the other at least sixty days prior to the termination date; however, the rental agreement may require a longer period of notice. A landlord may not cause the eviction of a tenant by willfully interrupting gas, electricity, water or any other essential service, or by removal of the manufactured home from the manufactured home lot, or by any other willful self-help measure.
B. If the termination is due to rehabilitation or a change in the use of all or any part of a manufactured home park by the landlord, a 120-day written notice is required to terminate a rental agreement. Changes shall include, but not be limited to, conversion to hotel, motel, or other commercial use; planned unit development; rehabilitation; demolition; or sale to a contract purchaser. This 120-day notice requirement shall not be waived; however, a period of less than 120 days may be agreed upon by both the landlord and tenant in a written agreement separate from the rental agreement or lease executed after such notice is given and applicable only to the 120-day notice period.